Team System for C++ Developers

Despite the ever-growing popularity of .NET development, a question we frequently receive is, “What does Visual Studio 2005 and Team System offer for the Visual C++ developer?”

Visual C++ developers will find a lot of new capabilities in Visual C++ 2005, which are supplemented by a number of features unique to Team System. Here’s just a sampling:

  • Code profiling tools to detect and correct performance bottlenecks
  • Code analysis tools for identifying common coding errors such as, buffer overruns, un-initialized memory, null pointer dereferences, memory and resource leaks
  • Unit testing and code coverage tools to test code functionality and measure test effectiveness
  • AppVerifier is designed to detect and help debug memory corruption, critical security vulnerabilities, and limited-user account privilege issues
  • Support for 64–bit application development
  • And of course, improved support for developing applications for the .NET CLR with C++/CLI

You’ll find details about many of these features in the following resources:

Product Documentation



Other Resources

The usual assortment of language and IDE improvements, combined with the enterprise-class development tools found in Team System, makes Visual Studio 2005 a compelling product for C++ developers.


Comments (8)
  1. Just when you thought that we didn’t care for C++ devs anymore. Rob Caron does a fantastic job pulling…

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    Nick Wienholt wrote an article for Code Guru on Team System Unit Testing from the C++ perspective, which…

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