March, 2004

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    An interesting read about interviewing at Microsoft

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    JobsBlog posted this interesting article on the internals of a Microsoft interview.
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    Programming Challenge: Phraser

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    Want to prove that you are the best programmer money can buy? (OK, I know you are not for sale, but your boss may need a friendly reminder that it's time for your next big raise.) Here's your chance: On a telephone keypad, the number keys 2 -- 9...
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    Comments on an Answer to a Clearest Code Challenge

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    Jaybaz_MS posted this Clearest Code Challenge , and later provided his own answer . I wrote some comments (and more ) on it, which you might want to check out.
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    Using C++ Member Function Pointers

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    I don't know about you, but the C++ syntax for member function pointers always eludes me. Every time I would spend half an hour or more deciphering MSDN to get the exact syntax, only to completely forget it the next time. Oops. I can think of three...
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    Using template specialization in C++

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    We all know that C++ templates can be used to write generic code, e.g. template <typename T> class Array { … }; Then we can use the same template to generate code for different template parameters. This is called instantiation...
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    About me

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    Hello! I'm a dev in the Visual Studio .NET setup team. Before joing Microsoft in 2002, I did research on designing and implementing high-level domain specific programming languages, and got my PhD in Computer Science from Yale. If you cannot find better...
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