Advanced STL, Part 4 Concurrency Runtime: Transporting Exceptions between Threads DirectCompute Lecture Series 101: Introduction to DirectCompute (C++ and Beyond) Adventures in Perfect Forwarding (InformIT) Ten Techniques to Reduce the Size of Your Classes, Part I MS11-025 Visual C++ Update Issue (Code Project) A Collection of Examples of 64-bit Errors in Real Programs
FDIS Approved. What’s Next? A Base Class for Intrusively Reference-Counted Objects in C++ “Effective C++” in the C++0x (C++11) Age The Concurrency Runtime and Visual C++ 2010: The decltype Type Specifier MFC classes to encapsulate the Scintilla edit control C++0x Memory Model and Exceptional C++0x Push Framework for high performance server development
[Herb Sutter] C++0x: We Have Final Draft International Standard! [Parallel Patterns Library] Building Responsive GUI Applications with PPL Tasks [C++ MVP Giovanni Dicanio] Text-to-Speech in C++ [Danny Kalev] Detecting Memory Leaks to Improve Performance [C++ MVP Giovanni Dicanio] Checked Iterators [Windows Development] Using Services
Win32++: A Simple Alternative to MFC How do you build a community of users that give high quality comments on a website? What’s so cool about Boost.MPI? W00t W00t Nix Nix! Concurrency Runtime (CRT): The Resource Manager CPU Caches and Why You Care shared_ptr –
Why care about C++0x lambda functions? Syntactically, they are nothing but sugar for function objects. However, they are an essential and enabling sugar that will change the way we will write C++ code more often than most people realize. This talk from last PDC covers what lambda functions are and how to use them effectively,
Erik Meijer –host of the “Expert to Expert” series in Channel 9- interviews Herb Sutter -an Architect on the VC++ team and chair of the C++ Standards Committee. In this thought-provoking talk, Herb and Erik cover generic programming, function objects, lambdas,
An interesting debate about C++ exceptions took place a few weeks ago in the C++ MVPs discussion list. The trigger was something as innocent and specific as “would you guys just throw std::runtime_exception with some error message string or you define a new exception hierarchy?
A few weeks ago, the 2010 Edition of TechEd Europe took place in Berlin, Germany. C++ MVP Kate Gregory (picture) delivered a session where she shows through demos the latest achievements in the C++arena, especially regarding the upcoming C++0x version of language (scheduled by 2011),
When we announced that the Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate Is Now Available For Download, a reader, Igor, asked us to provide a table summarizing which C++0x Core Language features are implemented in VC10. So, here it is! It’s derived from,
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