Visual Studio 7 is due to be launched early next year, and is Microsoft’s first real deliverable in their .NET initiative. Martyn Lovell of Microsoft will give a preview of Visual Studio 7, concentrating on C# and ASP+.
This talk presents the subtle issues associated with writing correct code in the presence of exceptions. Writing exception-safe code is a must for preserving the sanity of any application. This task is daunting because exceptions introduce hidden control flows ...
Joe will start by talking about building a high performance server product on Win NT/2000 using C/C++. Specifically:
- I/O Completion Ports
- Object and Context Pooling
- Protocol and Error Mapping
- When and How to use Spinlock vs ...
Overview of C++ exceptions, their rationale, and their usage. Followed with discussion of standard library support, exception safety considerations, and comparison with Microsoft’s SEH. Exception "gotchas" and wisdom sprinkled throughout :^) Talk assumes you understand the rudiments of C ...
This presentation is an overview of software testing techniques with special emphasis on the application of those techniques to object-oriented software.
Steve Tockey is Vice President of Consulting at Construx Software in Bellevue. Steve has been employed in ...
Location6464 185th Avenue NortheastRedmond, Washington 98052
There is a lot you may need to consider when designing a C++ class including ease of use, reusability, extensibility, and portability, etc.. All of these considerations may suffer because of the real-world pressures of time and money. Mark ...
Tom, a NWCPP member, will introduce his company, Intuitive Edge Corp., and Datatypes++, Intuitive Edge’s first product. Datatypes++ is a C++ class library for Windows that extends C++’s datatypes to text, exact numeric, date, time, binary, bitset ...
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