C++ Webcast Tomorrow – Friday, February 13th

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MSDN Webcast: Managed and Native code in Longhorn – Roadmap for Existing C/C++ Applications
Join Microsoft experts from the Visual C++ Product Group on Friday, February 13, 2004 at 11:00 AM PST to discuss the roadmap, best-practices, and recommendations for moving existing C/C++ Win32/MFC applications to Longhorn. We will also explore topics such as C++ and the CLR, mixing native and managed code, COM interop, migrating to WinFX, and the future of MFC. Presenter: Anson Tsao, Program Manager, Microsoft

Update: This turned out to be a great Webcast. I'll post a note when it's avaialble online.

Comments (2)
  1. Stephane Rodriguez says:

    What was the point of this webcast, since it’s nothing else than the PDC session CLI390 available here : http://microsoft.sitestream.com/PDC2003/CLI/CLI390_files/Botto_files/CLI390_Tsao.ppt

    PS : for the fun of it, I have noticed that the commenters keep under silence a couple nasty side effects of keeping/upgrading native C++ code which brings me to the point that a webcast should always have two sides : the pro-side, the con-side.

    The webcast as it is is only brainwashing that will not prevent true, living, breathing software companies to fall on traps as they migrate the code.

    Difference with theory and practive I guess. Let’s improve the experience, please once for all.

  2. mezie says:

    please i need info on win32 api calling with c and c++

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