June, 2004

  • Rakesh's Blog

    Our outlook.

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    Here is a wonderful way our Program Manager John Stallo puts it… “We want to complement the code editor, not substitute it. Rather than provide a class diagramming experience where you can write and tweak every language feature from...
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    Hard Decisions (Contd..)

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    I was at Lake Chelan last weekend. I had loads of fun jet skiing, biking and parasailing. I am still basking in that bliss. Since I promised that I would have the continuation of “Hard Decisions” posted by Monday I had to haul myself to my...
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    Customer Wants.

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    I am gland that I heard from one visitor (Vikranth) of my blog post what their team finds very important to visualize a. Virtual Destructors b. Operator Overloading This is exactly the kind of feedback that would help us build something that...
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    Hard Decisions...

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    There seems to be no easy process to upload pictures onto the server. But I found a good msdn article that explains, with pretty pictures, the Class Designer and its cohorts (ToolBox, Class Details Window, ClassView & SolutionExplorer). Going forward...
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    Introduction

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    Hello, I am Rakesh Namineni. I work for the Class Designer team in Visual Studio. I own Class Designer for C++. Purpose of this blog The blog in this category is to provide a forum to discuss how the Class Designer caters to C++ specific concepts...
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