The Visual C++ Weekly Vol. 1 Issue 21 (May 21, 2011)

The Visual C++ Weekly Vol. 1 Issue 21 (May 21, 2011)

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Read in this issue:

  • ALM for C++ in Visual Studio vNext
  • Provide Your Custom Class Name to your MFC Application
  • InformIT: Telltale Signs of a Failed Software Project, Part I
  • DirectCompute Lecture Series 210: GPU Optimizations and Performance
  • ACCU 2011: John Lakos on Defensive Programming

Check also our Twitter account (@visualc) for more useful resources!

  • All is ok

  • Issue number one: Visual Studio 2010 has no Code Snippets Manager for Visual C++. Isn't that funny?

  • @CPPBBbMS: `#define` works very well for standard-compliant snippet reuse.  Oh wait, you're talking about some IDE feature, not C++.  Better change your name to "MyUniqueExpectationsBeingDissappointedByMS".

  • I'm here again and yes, I'm so disappointed with what M$ is doing with C++ programmers.

    They refuse to add a BASIC functionality to its C++ IDE to avoid a faster evolution of their competitors.

    Note, I took out "Unique" word from my new nick because it's not the unique feature that lacks in Visual C++.

    Until today, M$ refuses to add a better visual resource editor for C++ MFC. Comparing this feature with others IDEs, VC++ resource editor don't offer a half of the control over visual objects.

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