C++ Renaissance: The “Going Native” Channel

I’m happy to report there’s a new show on Channel 9 that focuses on native code development in C++. It’s called “Going Native”… iTunes podcast here, Twitter @C9GoingNative.

From the description:

C9::GoingNative is a show dedicated to native development with an emphasis on C++ and C++ developers. Each episode will have a segment including an interview with a native dev in his/her native habitat (office) where we’ll talk about what they do and how they use native code and associated toolchains, as well as get their insights and wisdom—geek out. There will be a small news component or segment, but the show will primarily focus on technical tips and conversations with active C/C++ coders, demonstrations of new core language features, libraries, compilers, toolchains, etc.

We will bring in guests from around the industry for conversations, tutorials, and demos. As we
progress, we will also have segments on other native languages (C, D, Go, etc…). It’s all native all the time.

You, our viewers, fly first class. We’ll deliver what you want to see. That’s how it works.

Go native!

5 thoughts on “C++ Renaissance: The “Going Native” Channel

  1. This is the first time in MS history the company is doing something really exciting for software developers!

  2. Hi

    Sorry for the off topic question but i can’t find an e-mail address to you.

    Subject: Storing functors / lambdas without dynamic allocation overhead

    You’re a member in the c++ standards committee so can you comment on if the c++ standards committee will do or have thought of doing something about it ?

    Example code link: http://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Going+Deep/C9-Lectures-Stephan-T-Lavavej-Advanced-STL-6-of-n#c634479994640000000

    Thread sort of talking about it: http://channel9.msdn.com/Forums/TechOff/C0x-vs2010-question-please-tell-me-what-im-doing-wrong

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