Ever wonder how intellisense works in your VC++ IDE? What are some the core changes to the IDE in VC2005? What's coming? All of these questions and more are answered by one of the most reliable sources: Shankar Vaidyanathan, Lead Developer on the VC++
IDE Team who, among other…
Developers are being asked to create more secure code. The next version of Visual C++, code-named Whidbey, will introduce several new security-protection capabilities. Here Scott Currie, Scott Currie, program manager of Visual C++ discusses the new security-focused
In templates all your specialization is happening at design time, in generics it happens at runtime. That's just one of the differences between the two. Hear Scott Currie, program manager on the Visual C++ team, discuss the differences.
Scott Currie, program manager on the Visual C++ team likes fooling around with other languages too. Here he shows off a demo of mixing VB, C#, and C++ in the same application.
Very interesting! Cool demo too, it solves a popular puzzle game.
In a separate video he talks about…
Kang Su Gatlin, program manager on Visual C++, talks about the challenges that Visual C++ programmers have when moving to the managed code environment of .NET.
He also discloses that Visual C++ developers can use both managed and unmanaged code in their projects.
Kang Su Gatlin, program manager on Visual C++'s compiler team, talks about parallel debugging. What is that? It's when you need to debug a program running on multiple processors at the same time. It's a new feature coming in the next version of Visual
Since Kang Su Gatlin is a program manager on Visual C++'s compiler team he has a unique viewpoint into the future of computing (the guy who develops the compiler knows what kinds of capabilities are coming). Here we asked him "what about 64-bit?"