Brian Johnson works with BizSpark Startups on the East Coast of the United States. For more information about the BizSpark program you can go to http://bizspark.com.
Project: Windows Template Library (WTL)
Windows Template Library (WTL) is a C++ library for developing Windows applications and UI components. It extends ATL (Active Template Library) and provides a set of classes for controls, dialogs, frame windows, GDI objects, and more.
DEV331 - Visual C++: Using the .NET Framework in Win32/MFC Applications
Are you a MFC developer confused about the Microsoft roadmap for Visual C++? Do you want to learn how you can enable your MFC applications with new features using the .NET Framework? (Did you know that was even possible?) Attend this session and learn a variety of techniques for extending and reusing your tried-and-true MFC applications and components with the .NET Framework. Become your own Upgrade Wizard and take your MFC code into a new era.
DEV333 Visual C++ 2005: The Language of Choice for Native and .NET
Visual C++ 2005 introduces an improved C++ language design for taking advantage of the .NET Framework without leaving behind any native features. Hear from the lead architect of the new language design and see how it brings C++ language strengths like deterministic finalization and templates to .NET development...
Eric Fleegal's WebLog
I work for the Visual C++ group at Microsoft where I am responsible for determining the quality of floating-point code generation. My interests include validated numerical computing and generative programming. My most recent research involves validating floating-point optimizations using interval-analysis.
Help: I Got Hacked. Now What Do I Do?
Let’s just say you did not install the patches like we discussed last month. Now you got hacked. What to do?
Windows XP Service Pack 2 Code Demos
With Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), Microsoft is introducing a set of security technologies that will help improve Windows XP-based computers' ability to withstand malicious attacks from viruses and worms. To developers these technologies will have impacts on the applications that they create and the tools they use. This download contains code samples and a PowerPoint deck dealing with these impacts. This information was originally presented by Microsoft Product Manager Tony Goodhew in an MSDN Webcast.
Just a reminder, there's an XPSP2 webcast scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM (PST) today. There are two more scheduled for this week. I'll try to get a headline up on the Security Developer Center for each one, but here's the rest of the list for now:
Tuesday: Developing Applications Under Windows XP Service Pack 2Wednesday: SQL Server and Windows XP SP2Thursday: Windows XP Server Pack 2 Change Walkthrough
Get registered for these and you'll revieve an e-mail reminder before the event. Tony's talk on Monday was absolutely great. I'm getting his slides and samples up on the download center soon. I'll post when it's ready.
Microsoft Security Chat Series
Join Mike Nash, Vice President for the Microsoft Security Business Unit, and his team of security experts each month. Microsoft is working hard to improve security and Mike and his team invite you to join them in a candid Q&A session.