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  • Blog Post: Possible C++ Interview question: static functions and virtual

    When declaring a static function could you declare it as a virtual? No Discussion: Static functions are not related to objects so they would not be declared as a virtual. Virtual functions are used with specific objects that determines which virtual function to call.  
  • Blog Post: Type System in the C++/CX–Windows Metadata or winmd

    This winmd thing, what’s up with that?  With .NET managed code there was the desire to do the right thing, protect the casual programmer from themselves.  In my opinion that time is now gone.  With Windows 8 and the re-emergence of C++ as a real language in the Microsoft World and the...
  • Blog Post: Setting Up Team Foundation Server (not services) on Windows 8

    On one of my other blogs at , at this blog I discussed setting up a TFServer and usually I talk about these at this site.  If you haven’t tried the TFS 11 on Win8, give it a try, really, it is fracking great! So here is that post repeated here: First see the forum comment at...
  • Blog Post: C++ and JavaScript, DirectMath, etc.

    In other blogs I have mentioned that DirectMath (where XNAMath has moved to) can only be accessed by C++.  Sooooo, just how do you use this in your C# code, etc.  Well you would create a Windows Runtime (WinRT) component. A simple walkthrough can be found at:
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