Scott Currie is on Channel 9 this week talking about Visual C++. Here are links to the interviews published so far:
Scott Currie - Demo of Quake on .NET
Scott, program manager on the Visual C++ team, shows off a demo of Quake running on .NET and talks about what that took to do that and more about Visual C++. (Note that you can download Quake II for .NET here.)
Scott Currie - What are the differences between templates and generics?
In templates all your specialization is happening at design time, in generics it happens at runtime. That's just one of the differences between the two. Hear Scott Currie, program manager on the Visual C++ team, discuss the differences.
Scott Currie - What improvements have been made in VC++?
Scott Curry, program manager for Visual C++, talks about improvements that are coming in the next version of Visual C++, code-named Whidbey.
Scott Currie - In VC++, how do you exploit the .NET CLR?
Scott Currie is a program manager on the Visual C++ team. Here he talks about what magic Visual C++ does with the .NET CLR.(talking about the next version of Visual C++, code-named Whidbey).
I noticed that on this page on Channel 9 you can download many of the interviews they do for playback locally or offline.