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  • Blog Post: Parallel STL - Democratizing Parallelism in C++

    Only a few years ago, writing parallel code in C++ was a domain of the experts. Nowadays, this field is becoming more and more accessible to regular developers thanks to the advances in libraries, such as the PPL and C++ AMP from Microsoft, Intel's Threading Building Blocks, OpenMP or OpenACC if you...
  • Blog Post: Winter ISO C++ Meeting Trip Report

    Herb Sutter posted highlights from the Winter ISO C++ meeting held last week in sunny Issaquah, WA: The major work of this meeting was to complete processing of the national body comments received in last summer's comment ballot for the upcoming C++14 standard. We also began comment processing for...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Visual C++ Compiler November 2013 CTP

    Last year in November, we released an out-of-band customer technology preview (CTP) of the Visual C++ compiler . It contained preview versions of C++11 features which we subsequently fully released in Visual Studio 2012. At that time, and at GoingNative 2013 this year, we promised to keep releasing these...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013 Preview Now Available!

    Soma announced availability of the Visual Studio 2013 Preview. The experience for Visual C++ developers was improved with enhancements in the following areas: ISO C/C++ standards, Visual C++ library, C++ application performance, Windows Store App development, diagnostics, 3-D graphics, the IDE and...
  • Blog Post: November CTP, isocpp.org, Standard C++ Foundations Announced Today

    November 2, 12:45pm PDT C++ use and investment continues to grow strongly in all parts of the software industry, and broadly across all major industries. As Herb Sutter said, more than ever “Microsoft is built on C++, and the world runs on C++.” At the same time, programmers now need to...
  • Blog Post: Hello ARM: Exploring Undefined, Unspecified, and Implementation-defined Behavior in C++

    With the introduction of Windows RT for ARM devices, many Windows software developers will be encountering ARM processors for the first time. For the native C++ developer this means the potential for running afoul of undefined, unspecified, or implementation-defined behavior--as defined by the C++ language...
  • Blog Post: VC11 ISO C++ Concurrency Tour in March Issue of MSDN Mag

    Greetings!! I am Diego Dagum, Community Program Manager with the Visual C++ team. I recently got an article published in the current issue of MSDN Magazine about the ISO C++11 concurrency features implemented in Visual C++ 11 . It’s a 101-level journey through standardized features...
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