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C++ Programming Resource Center

 

C++ Podcasts
“Eclipse and C++ Come to SmartPhones”
http://www.ddj.com/dept/mobile/193004212
Audio podcast: “Eclipse and C++ Come to SmartPhones.” Mike Trujillo discusses the Carbide.C++ development environment for mobile phones running the Symbian OS. C++ is being used to write a number of SmartPhone applications.
Martin Lovell Interview
http://www.dailyvodcasts.com/?p=9820
Video podcast: Charles Torre interviews Martin Lovell, C++ Library Development Team Leader. Martin talks about Secure CRT in Visual C++ which replaces typically unsafe C-style method patterns. Also discusses the future of C++.
Shankar Vaidyanathan Interview
http://www.dailyvodcasts.com/?p=14909
Video podcast: Charles Torre interviews Shankar Vaidyanathan, Lead Developer in the Visual C++ IDE Team. Shankar discusses how intellisense works, some core changes to Visual Studio 2005 and what is coming in future versions of VC++ and Visual Studio.
Boris Jabes Interview
http://www.dailyvodcasts.com/?p=13075
Video podcast: Charles Torre interviews Boris Jabes, a program manager on the Microsoft Visual C++ team. They discuss the new features of VC++ 2005, debugging enhancements, semantic additions and tips and tricks for VC++ developers in Visual Studio 2005.
Herb Sutter, The Future of Visual C++, Part II
http://www.dailyvodcasts.com/?p=7117
Video podcast: Herb Sutter, The Future of Visual C++, Part II. Charles Torre chats with various members of the Visual C++ team about compilers, including how they will react to changes in the industry.
Herb Sutter, The Future of Visual C++, Part I
http://www.dailyvodcasts.com/?p=11980
Video podcast: Herb Sutter, The Future of Visual C++, Part I. Charles Torre interviews Herb Sutter, member of the Visual C++ team. Sutter discusses the changes to the language and compiler for the next version of Visual C++.

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Update :: December 19, 2018