Some new features in Windows 8 Developer Preview

Hi Community, I’m very excited about learning WinRT, in the same way I was some years ago while learning Win32 The upcoming releases of Windows & Visual C++ come with a bunch of cool technologies and new features. Some of these new features are available in  Windows 8 Developer Preview (as shown in  the images […]

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Differences between C++ Templates and C# Generics

Hi Community, Yesterday during my presentation at TechEd I was asked by someone in the audience, if C# Generics were similar to C++ templates and I said… “The syntax might be similar but they’re different, and C++ templates have been with us for a long time now, actually… C# has borrowed from some other languages […]

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Carmichael’s numbers generator – C#

Hi community, Please find below a code snippet I wrote last night for generating the Carmichael’s numbers. This demo was written in C# and it implements TPL to take advantage of multiple processors. It is intended to be demoed at Tech-Ed Australia along with its counterpart written in C++ implementing PPL. See you in two […]

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I’ll be speaking at TechEd Australia 2011

Hi Community, I would like to let you know that I’ll be presenting at TechEd Australia about “Making the most of .NET with C++ for interop, performance and productivity” Stay tuned! Regards, Angel

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C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism

At AMD’s Fusion conference Herb Sutter announced in his keynote session a technology Microsoft has been working on which  they call “C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism” (C++ AMP). You can find the official online announcement at Soma’s blog post & more information at Daniel Moth’s Blog. Regards, Angel

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