I am Ankit Asthana and I am the program manager for the backend C++ compiler. For today’s topic I want to blog about a really cool runtime compiler optimization called Profile Guided Optimization (PGO) (we on the team call it POGO or PGO for short).
Read in this issue:
Modern Native C++ Development for Maximum Productivity | Tech·Ed North America 2011
High Performance GPU-Accelerated Games and Technical Applications | PDC 2010
C++ Design Patterns Legend Joins the Visual Studio Team
InformIT: A Few Pedagogical Insights about C++ Teaching: Public Data Members
Benign Data Races «
Hi, my name is Andy Rich and I’m a QA on the C++ front-end compiler. The IntelliSense system in Visual Studio 2010 comes with far greater power, flexibility, and accuracy, but these improvements come at the cost of greater complexity. The goal of this article is to assist you in troubleshooting this complex system,
Hi, my name is Ade Miller and I’m Principal Program Manager with the Microsoft Technical Computing group.
Last fall we shipped Parallel Programming for Microsoft .NET and immediately started working on a companion version of the book for C++ programmers. I’m very happy to announce that Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual C++: Design patterns for Decomposition,
Greetings!! The 4th issue of The Visual C++ Weekly is out there. This issue starts with an article due to C++ MVP Marc Gregoire on an extension that Visual Studio 2010 SP1 Beta brings to Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC) to allow animations.
Hi, my name is Renin John and I work as a Software Development Engineer in Test with the VC++ Project and Build Team. I was involved in testing the Build performance of the VS 2010 IDE and I wanted to give you all an idea about what to expect,
The C++ back-end team is very conscious of the performance of our product. Today I will present to you an overview of how we define “performance of our product” and the way we measure it. Along the way I hope to introduce you to some new ideas that you can use to test your product’s performance as well.