Visual Studio 2013, along with Blend for Visual Studio, provides a host of XAML Windows Store app development improvements. In this video, we will demo some of these new features, including template, designer, code editor, debugging and diagnostic tool improvements.
Hyper-V Network Virtualization is a key investment we started in Windows Server 2012 to enable workload mobility and SDN in the cloud. In this session, we dive deep into how this Hyper-V Network Virtualization works, showcase demos, highlight our partner ecosystem, and the enhancements we are making in Windows Server 2012 R2 to make it easier than ever to enable customers to move their workloads and for hosters to attain the trifecta of flexibility, automation, and control across any cloud.
After years of intensive study (first of C++0x, then of C++11, and most recently of C++14), Scott thinks he finally has a clue. About the effective use of C++11, that is (including C++14 revisions). At last year’s Going Native, Herb Sutter predicted that Scott would produce a new version of Effective C++ in the 2013-14 time frame, and Scott’s working on proving him almost right. Rather than revise Effective C++, Scott decided to write a new book that focuses exclusively on C++11/14: on the things the experts almost always do (or almost always avoid doing) to produce clear, efficient, effective code. In this presentation, Scott will present a taste of the Items he expects to include in Effective C++11/14. If all goes as planned, he’ll also solicit your help in choosing a cover for the book.