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  • Blog Post: GoingNative 32: C++17 Sneak Preview

    From Sneak Preview of C++17 Channel9: Join us with ISO Committee member (and Microsoft as well, of course =P) Gabriel Dos Reis, who graciously took the time to give us the inside scoop of some things that made it into C++17, as well as things that got taken out. All this is fresh off the press of...
  • Blog Post: iOS / Linux Cross-Platform C++ Survey

    We want you to take another survey . Many of you continue to participate in our surveys and opt-in for one-on-one conversations about your development habits. Your feedback helps us better understand the peculiarities of cross-platform development and the challenges of specific platforms when it comes...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 for C++ Development Survey Follow Up

    Thanks to the over hundreds of developers who completed our upgrade survey and the select group that agreed to be contacted and spoke to us 1:1. As always, we appreciate the breadth of participants and helpfulness of responses. Three of the top upgrade blockers are cost, breaking changes and third...
  • Blog Post: Using Visual Studio 2010 for C++ Development? We want to talk!

    This has been the Summer of Surveys for the Visual C++ team. We love surveys because they give us a chance to talk to a bunch of real-world customers and community members about their development habits for specific scenarios, most recently multi-device development. The aggregate data can be interesting...
  • Blog Post: Survey for You :)

    We know a lot of you C++ developers also use other frameworks like .NET and Xamarin. If so, do you mind taking a brief survey at http://aka.ms/vsmdd ? Look for us to share highlights from the last couple of surveys in the next month or so. We are still ruminating over the responses and the individual...
  • Blog Post: Survey Says...one more bump!

    Some developers just like you have already taken one (or both) of our active surveys. Many have opted in for more engagement, agreeing to be contacted for follow-up questions and for a chance to learn more about your development experiences. Our surveys are still open so you still have a chance to...
  • Blog Post: Survey Says…

    Survey , survey , survey ! We really want you to fill out our new survey . It is short and focuses on your C++ development experience including Android and iOS. Why? Cross platform mobile device development is important: With bring-your-own-device trends in the enterprise, and heterogeneity in...
  • Blog Post: Developer Activities Survey Results Overview

    Hi there! A few months ago, some of you took a survey on C++ developer activities, the results of which will be used to hone in on which areas to improve for the next release of Visual Studio. I wanted to take some time to share with you the preliminary results of the survey. Without further ado...
  • Blog Post: Visual C++ Libraries Survey

    The Visual C++ team wants to better understand how you use libraries in your day-to-day development work. Whether you’re publishing libraries, finding libraries that work on the Microsoft platforms for which you’re building your apps, or integrating libraries into your project and build systems...
  • Blog Post: Feedback on Your C++ Development Activities

    Hello. My name is Gabriel Ha and I am a program manager on the Visual C++ team. Do you have 10-20 minutes to take a survey on C++ developer activities? We want to get a better idea of what C++ developers frequently spend their time doing when they develop their C++ code. We will use your feedback...
  • Blog Post: How is your experience developing graphics apps?

    Hello, my name is Rong Lu. I’m a PM on Visual C++ team working on graphics development features in VS, including asset designers, templates, graphics diagnostics, etc.. In preparation for planning for graphics tooling capabilities in the next version of Visual Studio, we’re trying to understand...
  • Blog Post: Visual C++ Developer Survey

    Hi, my name is Sumit Kumar and I am a Program Manager on the Visual C++ team at Microsoft. We are conducting a survey to understand what can we do to make Visual Studio more useful for C++ development in organizations like yours. If you have 15 minutes (maybe less), I would appreciate it if you would...
  • Blog Post: Roaming Settings: Give Us Your Feedback!

    Let's kick off 2013 with a survey J We have been researching roaming Visual Studio settings and have a few questions that will help gain insights into what the best experience would be. We have created a survey ( http://aka.ms/vsroaming ) aimed at understanding Visual Studio settings usage patterns...
  • Blog Post: Friday Miscellany #2

    We recently requested feedback on native debugging ( http://aka.ms/nativeenc) and your C++ build experience ( http://aka.ms/cppbuildsurvey ). These surveys are still open, but I wanted to share some of the written feedback we have received: "Listen to the community, solve bugs from Connect. :p...
  • Blog Post: Another Earful: Debugging Survey

    The Visual C++ build experience survey ( http://aka.ms/cppbuildsurvey ) has almost passed the 250 response mark on the way to 500 responses. Thank you to everyone who has already provided feedback. To those that have not yet had a chance to take the survey, please consider spending ~10 minutes sharing...
  • Blog Post: Give Us an Earful: Visual C++ Build Survey

    Need a quick 10 minute break from developing your latest Visual C++ masterpiece? Want to give us feedback about your project build experience? Yes? Then we have a link for you: http://aka.ms/cppbuildsurvey There are a mix of questions including an invitation for further discussion if you opt in...
  • Blog Post: C++11 Conformance Survey

    Hello, My name is Vikas Bhatia and I am a Program Manager in the Visual C++ team. We are conducting a survey to see the relative urgency of C++11 features to you, the developer. C++11 conformance is important to us. We intend to implement the C++11 language features. We are evaluating the order with...
  • Blog Post: C++ debugging survey

    The Visual Studio Debugger Team is currently planning features for the next release of Visual Studio. We would like to hear from our C++ developers to make sure that their needs are understood. Please take a couple of minutes to complete the very short survey below. The survey is totally anonymous and...
  • Blog Post: VC++ Developer Survey

    As we wrap up Visual Studio 2010, we are starting to plan the next release of Visual C++. Our goal is to make Visual C++ a product that meets your needs. Thus we need your help. We would like to better understand what you do. Please take a few minutes and answer the survey below. The survey is...
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