Greetings! I’m Marc Gregoire, a Microsoft MVP VC++ since 2007, and I’m pleased to tell you that I’ve finished work on my book “Professional C++, Second Edition”. This second edition includes the latest C++ standard, C++11, and is based on the great first edition written by Nicholas A.
We got just published “Developing Windows Applications in C++”, an article series created by C++ Most Valuable Professional Kate Gregory. This material is aimed at C++ developers who want to learn how to write Windows applications. It won’t teach you C++,
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TechEd 2011 North America took place in Atlanta a few weeks ago. If you missed, its sessions are posted in Channel 9. The one we highlight here, Modern Native C++ Development for Maximum Productivity, was delivered by C++ MVP Kate Gregory.
Boris Jabes: Rock Hard: C++ Evolving Raymond Chen: A function pointer cast is a bug waiting to happen Viva64: How to make fewer errors at the stage of code writing. Part N2 ACCU 2011: Scott Meyers on Move Semantics,
Hi, I’m Boris Jabes, senior program manager lead on the Visual C++ team. Last month I delivered a session at DevDays 2011 Netherlands, taking a fresh perspective on C++0x (or should I say, C++11) and the power of modern native programming.
Converting An MFC Ribbon To Designer Format (ACCU 2011) Farewell to Disks: Efficient Processing of Obstinate Data ConcRT Sample Pack: Download today DirectCompute Lecture Series 110: Memory Patterns (Code Project) A Notepad for Regular Expressions Herb Sutter Shares Perspectives on the New C++ Standard Developing a Native Win32 Application for Windows 7 Touch (InformIT) Ten Techniques to Reduce the Size of Your Classes,
Hi, I’m Charles Torre, Sr. Technographer with Channel 9. I’m back with an interview made last week with Herb Sutter, Principal Architect on the Visual C++ team at Microsoft and chairman of the ISO committee which recently approved the final technical changes to the C++0x standard –
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