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We're back with the second installment of C9::GoingNative and we have a great show for you! Thanks for being patient and for all the excellent feedback and support for GN! We are listening to you and will continue to adjust the show based on your feedback (note the background—less motion, but not completely void of animation). Early on, we received a request to spend some time on the CRT. Here, we do just that. Mahmoud Saleh is the STL of the CRT (now, in this case STL refers to both Stephan T. Lavavej—our hero—and of course it also means Standard Template Library, the code Stephan maintains and improves. Mahmoud maintains and improves the CRT (C Run-Time Libraries)).
Diego demos some nifty new VC++ IDE features arriving in vNext. You can learn more about these new features in a recently published article by Sumit Kumar, program manager in the Visual C++ team. Much thanks to the VC++ team for pushing the IDE forward.
Charles and a few fellow C++ and Beyond attendees share perspectives on this great event for C++ developers. And looking forward, you'll see some great C++ and Beyond content on C9 over the coming months and well, yesterday: Watch the C++ and Beyond C9 interview with Herb, Scott, and Andrei.
Table of Contents(click time code links to navigate player accordingly)
[01:58] Diego demos some VC++ vNext features
[10:20] Charles and Diego briefly chat about Diego's demo
[12:37] Meet Mahmoud Saleh and learn all about the CRT
[37:06] Diego and Charles: CRT debriefing, C++ and Beyond
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