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Steve Teixeira's Blog -- Thoughts on parallel computing, Microsoft, the industry, and life
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    Phoenix: The Future of Compilers & Tools

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    The VC++ team and Microsoft Research have been working for some time on a project called Phoenix , which is our next generation platform for generating, analyzing, and transforming programs. Kang Su has recently begun blogging about Phoenix -- highly...
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    What icon should we use for macros?

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    Note to self: need to make VC++ so cool that the very icons in the IDE are deemed newsworthy .
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    More VC6 migration

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    In the comment area , Nish Sivakumar, VC++ MVP, pointed out some further VC6 migration info available on his blog . I want to make sure Nish gets proper airtime, since his blog is a great VC++ resource
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    C++/CLI now an International Standard!

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    Breaking news... The ECMA General Assembly has approved C++/CLI as an international standard. ECMA has also submitted the C++/CLI standard to ISO for fast-track processing.
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    Migrating from VC6

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    I'm back in Redmond today after spending a few days in Dallas for the VC++ Accelerator Lab. Thanks to all that attended! The lab was a great success, with most attendees completing their port to VC++ 2005 or leaving with only minor issues to resolve....
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    Deep in the Heart of Texas

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    I'm here in Dallas delivering 2005's final VC++ Accelerator Lab at our Las Colinas campus with Ayman Shoukry , Jonathan Caves, and Samer Boshra. Some of you may be interested to know that I elected to stay in a non- cricket hotel this time around. We...
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    MFC and WinForms integration

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    Developer.com posted a brief-but-informative article by Nick Wienholt on MFC and WinForms integration in Visual Studio 2005: Part 1 and Part 2 .
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    Gettin' my read on

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    I travel a good deal. So, what that means -- other than that I've hardened to the point that I will readily drown baby kittens for an exit row seat -- is that a read a lot. I like to mix up the reading; I'll alternate between classics and contemporary...
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    So what's the VC++ team doing, then?

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    Reader Peter accepts that the VC++ team might have different priorities than the C# or VB teams, but this leads to another question: " Fair enough. Then I ask: What features did the C++ team put in instead when deciding not to put in feature supported...
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