This week comes with an article to help you set your application for parallelization; C++ MVP Dan Rollins researches on various ways to implement properties in C++; Issam Iqbal, C++ MVP, gives another twist to the TO CLI or NOT TO CLI debate when creating unit tests for our unmanaged code (voting for “NOT TO CLI”). There are also a couple of code samples, one for creating Dynamic Link Libraries and the other one on Internationalization. We are also complementing for the first time our C++ coverage with entrepreneurial stuff for micro independent software vendors (micro ISVs, organizations composed for as few people as one –yourself- and as many as… few anyway). Read all that and more in the latest issue of The Visual C++ Weekly.
what IS that ridiculous paper.li format? It just makes it impossible to distinguish between spammy ads and real content, plus it doesn't have some of the content the post mentions. This would be SO much more useful as a normal blog.
I actually like the format quite a bit. A page full of headlines once a week seems to be just right.
That said... I am curious what happened to the unit test article.
Yeah... the unit test article is nowhere to be found.
Greetings! The unit test article was not posted in the front page, but you can still find it if you click "See all articles". In any case, it's here: codebasequality.com