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Brandon Bray: VC++ 2005

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You've probably heard of Brandon Bray if you program with VC++. We recently caught up with him to discuss some of the new additions to the language in version 2005. VC++ is evolving nicely and has great native support for managed code.

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  • tsilbSlackmasterK This Space ​Intentional​ly Left Blank

    (To the tune of "Are you Sleeping"):
    I beat Zeo, I beat Zeo,
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    Now to just download it, and I'll go to view it;
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  • Jonathan MerriweatherCyonix Me
    great video, thanks.

    Keep them coming Smiley
  • leighswordleighsword LeighSword
    Brandon Bray's blog is one of my favs, almost every article is speak on good grounds(言之有物), but long time no update, don't tell us you have no time, you know, we are all very busy.Smiley
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  • WilWil Wil
    Thanks for the video.  For all the talk about how wonderful .NET is and how "the future of programming is managed code," etc., it would be nice to have a follow-up video specifically about programming unmanaged code with VC 8 and about MS's roadmap for native code development in future versions.  After all, Vista itself is based on the Windows server 2003 R2 code base, so I wonder to what extent the future of programming in Windows really is managed code.  The Win32 API will hang around for a long time yet, and it would be good to have a video on new and forthcoming tools for programming with that API and with MFC or ATL.

    More videos on C++ programming emphasizing concurrency and clustering would also be welcome!

  • CharlesCharles Welcome Change
    Wil wrote:
    Thanks for the video.  For all the talk about how wonderful .NET is and how "the future of programming is managed code," etc., it would be nice to have a follow-up video specifically about programming unmanaged code with VC 8 and about MS's roadmap for native code development in future versions.  After all, Vista itself is based on the Windows server 2003 R2 code base, so I wonder to what extent the future of programming in Windows really is managed code.  The Win32 API will hang around for a long time yet, and it would be good to have a video on new and forthcoming tools for programming with that API and with MFC or ATL.

    More videos on C++ programming emphasizing concurrency and clustering would also be welcome!



    You will see more videos on C++, unmanaged focus, in the near furture right here on Channel 9. It's important to realize that C++ is evolving in parallel with managed code.

    Stay tuned,
    C
  • odegnanodegnan The Rainmaker
    Great video. Thank you for all the insight. Keep it coming!

    Oliver Degnan Big Smile

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