Yay! CppCon is on C9 again! :)
Thanks G and Lightbulb!!
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Perfect timing! Was just discussing this with a colleague and wondering what's actually going on when System process "eats" significant amounts of memory (as seen in taskmgr...).
Great job and thanks for the information, Mehmet!
Keep these coming, Seth! :)
Welcome back, Dave. Excellent as usual! :)
Great job, Seth!
Looking forward to the next installments.
Thanks for the post, Greg. :)
I hope folks find this useful and, even more importantly, understand that just knowing if a destination is reachable is not enough to move forward with network-intensive operations in your apps. The chances of leaving your customers in a wait-state are too high!
Know before you go! :)
Kudos to Oni Obi, a developer on my small quality engineering team, for constructing the nuget packages and for figuring out the VSIX problem (it's non-trivial to design VSIX packages for C++ components...), which enabled me to post to the gallery.
Thanks for being so transparent.
Really nice to see this old school approach finally materialize in 2015. We often talked about filming meetings and sharing them on C9, but we never got around to pulling it off (and frankly never figured out how to make it an enjoyable experience for viewers...).
Great work, Immo et al! Looking forward to more of these. API reviewing is currently one of the things we do on my not-so-new team. Great learning here!
Keep on posting,
@james: Well, experience is a rather important property of, well, most everything we do, including using development tools (languages, IDEs, debuggers, designers, compilers, etc...)...
Providing developers with a great experience while coding, debugging, building, designing, etc... is sort of the whole point. Not that you'll agree, but it's probably too bad that IDE doesn't actually stand for Integrated Development Experience... because in practice it absolutely does.
@CodeNameUnknown1: Thanks. Indeed, I've used the same point-and-shoot camera for most of my time on C9 (so, 10+years). I didn't think it was that bad, but if/when I do another one of these, I'll borrow some pro gear from Golnaz. Or, maybe she will film it and you'll get better angles, panning and, well, professional quality all around. :)