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The launch of
In my previous post, I talked about why I personally love C++/CLI as a solution for managed and native interop. With the launch of Visual Studio 2008, and the include of the new marshalling library, there is on part of the equation missing, I believe. On the C# side of the interop equation, you have When I'm wanting to interop with a given Windows API, there is a very (very) good chance that the wrappers have already been posted onto While the marshal_as<> ......

Posted On Thursday, November 22, 2007 11:03 PM

Managed and Native Interop - C# or C++/CLI?
This debate came up recently on my trip to Tech Ed Developer in Barcelona. If I am having to write interop code, should I use C# and p/invoke, or should I use C++/CLI? I had some very smart people like Kate Gregory and Daniel Moth to chat with this about. Kate and Daniel are definitely good people to chat with because, honestly, they have completely different opinions on this topic. Kate is on the C++/CLI side of things, especially for serious interop tasks, while Daniel believes that you should ......

Posted On Thursday, November 22, 2007 9:16 PM

Functional Languages and Dynamic Languages
Lately, I've been getting a lot more serious about cutting out some time to learn a functional or dynamic language. After watching several Channel 9 videos while traveling today (and listening to several podcasts), I've realized that I've started to grow not only "complacent", but a bit frustrated as well with static languages (currently VB and C#). It came to mean when I was defining a class. I was working on the properties of that class, of course using encapsulation (read: public properties backed ......

Posted On Monday, November 5, 2007 11:03 AM

Tech Ed Developer (Europe)
Howdy all, I will be at Tech Ed Developer this week doing several things. First of all, I will be giving two talks: the first on Application Compatibility in Windows Server 2008 outlining the top issues developers need to be aware of when developing for it, and second, a talk on Transactional NTFS as it pertains to Windows Server 2008. Also, I will be "manning" the Ask The Experts booth for Windows Server 2008. So if you want to chat about Windows Server 2008 (or just say hello), make sure to drop ......

Posted On Monday, November 5, 2007 11:03 AM

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