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Timo Heinäpurola C#
Take your alignment seriously
Just recently I bumped into a very nasty bug that I had been unfortunate enough to conjure. Alignment of memory has never been my primary concern when working on the PC. As a typical C++ programmer you often don’t have to think about such things. On the PC this is usually “almost never” (when not optimizing, that is) and in a managed environment this truly should become “never”. On ARM, however, “never” becomes “almost never” again. Having your memory aligned means storing values of different sizes ......

Posted On Friday, November 4, 2011 7:20 PM

vNext for C++ developers
TechEd 2011 got us talking about the next Visual Studio version called vNext. The update adds multiple small and subtle performance improvements as well as major new ALM tools. These tools focus on helping developers work in the so called Virtuous Cycle, which consists of development and operation in a continuous loop. The major tools concentrate on requirements gathering, agile planning, stakeholder feedback, test coverage analysis and much much more. You can see the full session by Cameron Skinner ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 25, 2011 4:25 PM

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