Boris Jabes, a program manager on the VC++ team, sits down with Charles to discuss some tips and tricks for VC++ developers using Visual Studio 2005.We discuss many of the new features of VC++ 2005 as they relate to the IDE and in general(debugging enhnacements, semantic…
Louis Lafreniere has been a developer on the VC++ compiler team for a
long time; 15 years, to be exact. Specifically, Louis works on the backend compiler. What's a backend compiler? How's it evolved over the years? Where's it going? Watch and listen. Good stuff.
We recently caught up with Jim Hogg, program manager for the Phoenix Framework, a very robust backend compiler platform co-created by the VC++ team and MSR. Ever wanted to extend the functionality of a backend compiler? Well, now you can, and it's much easier
than you'd think given the…
Martyn Lovell is very passionate about C++. He is also leads the C++ library development team. With VC++ 2005 they've introduced Safe CRT, which provides several safe(r) methods to replace the typically unsafe C-style method patterns. Very cool stuff that
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.
Sonal takes us into meet John Lawrence, development manager on on the
Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation's Source Code Management team. You get to learn all about software project management and lifecycle. Why a daily build is important, how to track bugs, how to ensure that your development team…
We did a hand recording of Raymond Chen's presentation yesterday at the PDC. Sorry for the shaky cam, we didn't have our tripod, but we had a few requests from Channel 9'ers to record this (it'll be our only actual PDC session recording).
Now we get into some 64-bit code on the whiteboard and learn some things you need to think about when you move to 64-bit systems. Kang Su Gatlin is a program manager on the Visual C++ team and recently spoke as part of the
Route 64 Training Tour.
Over the next few days we'll bring you video from
the Route64 Training Tour when it visited Redmond.
In this first part, you meet Kang Su Gatlin (again, since he's been on Channel 9 before). Kang Su is program manager on the Visual C++ compiler team.
He knows 64-bit better than…