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  • Corrinne Yu: Principal Engine Architect, Halo Team Microsoft

    She is hot, beautiful and intelligent. I dont think there is any fault in saying that.

    I see some of them have been knocked down by her personality Cool

    About dressing it is for her to decide what suits her professionally...

    honestly I was admiring everything about her...

  • Hanselminut​es on 9 - Inside CodePlex.com

    It is not that bad... I like it....

  • This Week C9: Microhoo, ATL Security, VS 2010 Cut List

    I wasn't shooting dan or brian... 

  • This Week C9: Microhoo, ATL Security, VS 2010 Cut List

    Well What happened to the "10 IS THE NEW 6" stuff.. ??? not enough resource to implement intellisense support in time for C++/CLI ... ??? I am amazed .. because it is microsoft.... and they are saying.. they dont have time and resource to pull that off...  they didn't see it coming ??? Our company was planning on C++/CLI and now, we are not even going to upgrade to VS 2010. By the way VS 2010 was started with the hype that it is going to be a major release for C++ related technologies... I was really looking forward to that...

    Please write this in bold letters on the VS 2010 purchase website.... a few people might save some of their precious $$$$

    I am not sure who is managing the C++ related in business in microsoft.. but I can tell you something .. they should have fire him/her long ago

  • This Week C9: Scott Hanselman, Silverlight, Expression Studio 3, C#/CLI

    Scott, I think you have the coolest laptop in all... a lenovo w500 Cool

  • VC 10: Stephan T. Lavavej and Damien Watkins - Inside STL

    Hi Damien,

         I really appreciate your reply and the time you took... I know you guys will pull it off in the later VS releases...after all,  something is better than nothing !!!

    Keep up the good work.

    regards

    Saju

  • VC 10: Stephan T. Lavavej and Damien Watkins - Inside STL

    Hi Damien,

         I didn't mean that in a -ve sense. If you felt that way, I am sorry about that. It is just that when the managed C++ got started I thought we could do everything what other managed counter part languages do... but recently I got a feeling that it got down to a language meant for Interop. I actually learned Managed C++ just thinking of the former scenario.  For someone like me who is working for a consultancy or ISV need to be multi skilled, and need to switch to different kind of projects as they come. The problem is I never get to settled down with a technology area ( probably I should quit my job and find another one  Smiley ) The learning time spent on one technology and the knowledge accured is somewhat lost when I switch to another and come back... I guess I have live with that...but I never let I never let go my C++ love, nothing none other gives me the flexibility it provides. It is just that I feel like C++ is not getting there were I wanted it to be.. hopefully the guys in the C++ standard body should speed things up...  I know their problems as well.. so I dont blame them. I have a great respect for you and your team, I hope you don't get me wrong...

    regards

  • XAML in .NET 4

    Hi Rob, thank you very much.. I recently started learning about WPF and I will be following your blog. Looks very good. one thing missing though.. you may need to format the code on your blog nicely... Big Smile 

    Thanks again..for the nice tool... looking forward to see the new code changes ...

  • VC 10: Stephan T. Lavavej and Damien Watkins - Inside STL

    Thanks  Charles... I hope you will get some update from the Managed C++ guys... what are they upto. Hopefully they haven't abandoned the ship yet...

  • XAML in .NET 4

    Where can I download that tool ? I would love to see the code generated from XAML and play around with it.

  • VC 10: Stephan T. Lavavej and Damien Watkins - Inside STL

    after a long pause.. there is a C++ video ... 

    It is sad to hear that the C++ team hasn't got much resources in Microsoft to do the stuff... since C++ is the core behind all of their products... I know the business and market oppertunities are on .Net than C++ now.  I even heard from Damien on last PDC that there were some 40+ people working on the Visual C++ team... for me that was sort of surprising....

    Any how.... Charles.. thanks for the video... you interview people lot better than others on channel 9 Cool