I came across a link with directions to the next generation C++, known as C++0x, on Slashdot. No detail at the moment but it indicates that the C++ community is aware of the demise of the language if nothing is done.
Test-Driven Development In .NET Unit Testing and Test-First Development
OK, so this is cool but… This is a great example of what I described in my post “Microsoft Innovation: Reinventing What Already Exists” Here Microsoft has created a community website on GotDotNet that I fail to see has anything that is not already available with SourceForge. Am I missing something? Now as I said before, […]
In the Developing Pocket PC applications using the Smart Device Extensions for Visual Studio .NET MSDN webcast Woody Hewitt lists limitations with the Compact Framework (CF) as follows: Reflection emit (simply reflection is available) Remoting (Ughhh!) Serialization* (see Pickle) Codedom Printing* COM Interoperatility* Server side functionality (3rd party products are available but not supported by CF) […]
I took the time to listen to this broadcast this morning. It was excellent. It covers such topics as Rapiconfig for automatically restoring the configuration of a device Writing shell extensions more easily (including autocomplete in text boxes) SMS Messaging interception and processing along with a virtual SMS radio for testing. WAP over SMS (including […]
Here is a brief article on how to do custom remoting stuff. If anything I think the samples should help get someone started.