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  • Blog Post: Userful C++ links

    Some useful links posted on the vcblog and others Building 8.1 apps (Windows Phone and Windows Store) using Visual Studio “14” CTP2 CTP2 of VS14 available CTP2 for Visual Studio “14″ Now Available A new VC++ series on Channel 9 VC++ Bytes on Channel 9 Graphics Diagnostics in Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Will there be an update for “Modern C++ and Windows Store apps” for Windows 8.1?

    With Windows 8.1 now released as a Consumer Preview enabling developers to try out and begin building apps for the new Operating System, I wanted to let folks know if there is an updated version of my book, “Modern C++ and Windows Store apps” under development. When I began contemplating writing a book...
  • Blog Post: Purchase Modern C++ and Windows Store apps in India

    Hi, Wanted to provide a quick update on the availability of my book, “Modern C++ and Windows Store apps”, in India. Get the eBook in Adobe PDF: http://www.infibeam.com/eBooks/modern-c-windows-store-apps-sridhar-poduri-pdf-ebook-download/9780989020800-BEPDF.html Get the paperback edition:...
  • Blog Post: Modern C++ and Windows Store Apps – A book about Modern C++ and native technologies

    Over the past few months, I have been writing a book on developing apps using C++ and the various native technologies shipping as part of the Windows 8 wave. Some of these technologies include: C++11, C++ /CX, native XAML, the Windows Runtime, C++AMP, Windows Azure Mobile Services etc. I am happy to...
  • Blog Post: Title change for my book

    Based on technical review feedback, we (Microsoft Press, the reviewers and the author) have mutually agreed to change the title of my upcoming Microsoft Press book from “Programming Windows 8 Apps using Microsoft Visual C++” to “Modern Microsoft Visual C++ and the Windows Runtime”. The major focus of...
  • Blog Post: Want to work on the C++ team at Microsoft? VC is hiring!!!

    With the C++ Renaissance in full swing at Microsoft, the Visual C++ team is looking to hire folks who are passionate about native code and are interested in working on the next version of the toolset. Head over to their blog on MSDN here for the full announcement as well …
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