Was your session at Tech-Ed recorded? I can't find it on C9
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@RichMiles: code sharing between the different platforms (WP7, Android, iOS) is something important in my eyes and this can be done to a large extent by using portable languages.
Leveraging existing code is another key factor, and there are literally billions of lines of existing, perfectly-working C/C++ code...
Thanks for the link!
@Charles: There's no confusion, I just hope that one day we'll get the ability to write native code for the phone. Discussing about Silverlight on Windows CE in this context is in my opinion a step forward
Great video. Thanks Charles for the interesting questions related to C++.
Now that we know a native framework exists on the phone and is used for some Microsoft apps, I think a lot of developers are gonna ask you to release it.
Android and iOS (obviously) already have excellent support for native code, now is your turn
Truly amazing! Really interesting stuff, thanks Charles.
This is fascinating to see how, with such talented people, a kernel designed more than decade ago can be enhanced to suit today's needs. This is why I love Operating System design and programming. There are such great foundations and languages to build upon but also so many improvements to do.
Another really interesting C++ video, thank you Charles! This class is really useful and beautifully written. I'll definitely start using it from now on in my projects as it is very easy to update existing code to take advantage of the features this class provides.
The C++ world is decidedly full of surprises, I'm looking forward for more C/C++ videos!
By the way, I'd love to see more videos going deep into some win32 stuff. There have been some interesting changes in these APIs during the last few years, and some new APIs will be included in Windows Seven (Web Service, Direct2D, etc.).