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Scott Currie - In VC++, how do you exploit the .NET CLR?
Aug 26, 2004 at 3:43PM
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Scott Currie is a program manager on the Visual C++ team. Here he talks about what magic Visual C++ does with the .NET CLR.(talking about the next version of Visual C++, code-named Whidbey).
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Great video. However, I wish Microsoft would have made those "Smart-Handlers" more popular. I never hear developers talking about this stuff. Maybe in 2009, the C++ team can advertise these cool templates a bit more.
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