In case you missed CppCon or attended but missed a few sessions (or want to review), videos for most of the talks are available on You Tube. There is plenty there for developers of all experience and temperament including:
Do you watch the Twitterverse for interesting stuff about C++, development, life, the universe and everything? We do and in today’s post share some recent Tweets that crossed our (@visualc) path:
- Users are not morons,
You don’t need to call Ghostbusters. Spend some time (re)reading some great posts from the Visual C++ team blog past. There really are some hidden gems in there!
- C++ Debugger Tips by Sergey Grankin (8/2006) describes the “special expression and format specifiers that you can use to better examine the content in the debugger’s watch windows.”
Just in case you have forgotten to look at MSDN Magazine in the last few months, here are a few great articles from MVPs, Microsoft folks and other experts:
- Kenny Kerr writes the column Windows with C++.
Before reviewing the excellent standard template library resources on MSDN (including Channel 9), did you know Visual Studio 2013.1 (Update 1) is available now? Brian Harry writes about the release on his blog, mentioning that the release is smaller and focused on working better with IE versions prior to IE 10.
A few days ago, we called out some of the great debugging topics on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Library. Here are some excellent resources outside of the MSDN Library (in no particular order except the last one):
- Simultaneously debugging script and managed/native code in Windows 8 (Kraig Brockschmidt) shares how to debug managed/native code at the same time using two instances of Visual Studio.
The MSDN Library is a rich source of information about Microsoft products and technologies including Visual Studio and Visual C++. This post calls out some of the great code debugging topics available for Visual C++ native code developers.