Monthly Archives: September 2015

The hidden cost of a high coupling with external frameworks.

Using frameworks accelerate the development of your projects, currently and for each language there  are many thousands of frameworks and libraries, each one of them has its advantages and its inconvenients and almost every project use at least one external … Continue reading

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Exploring another MVC variant : PureMVC

According to MVC definition from wikipedia: “Model View Controller (MVC) pattern creates applications that separate the different aspects of the application (input logic, business logic, and UI logic), while providing a loose coupling between these elements.” We can enumerate many MVC … Continue reading

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A look inside the Resource Manager of the CRT Concurrency Runtime

Each Visual C++ version  comes with interesting new features and enhancements to simplify more native programming. The Concurrency Runtime is an added framework to simplify parallel programming and helps you write robust, scalable, and responsive parallel applications.The Concurrency Runtime raises … Continue reading

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XClarify for ObjC is now free for open source contributors.

We are pleased to announce that XClarify is now free for open source contributors and for research purposes. XClarify is an Objective C tool which simplifies managing a given ObjC code base. It enables you to analyze code structure, specify design rules, do effective … Continue reading

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XRay the LLVM\Clang source code

It’s proven that Clang is a mature compiler For C and C++ as GCC and Microsoft compilers, but what makes it special is the fact that it’s not just a compiler. It’s also an infrastructure to build tools. Thanks to … Continue reading

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Make Your Visual C++ Experience Much Better.(Guest Post from Mike)

Visual C++ is one of the most used C++ IDEs which provides many interesting features to developers, each new version brings new major features and many extensions are available to add more nice features to it. In this post, I … Continue reading

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Improve your C++ skills by exploring the Clang test suite.

Many resources exist talking about the better way to learn a programming language, we can enumerate: Reading a book or a magazine. Resources from web sites. From a collegue. Doing a training. Explore open source projects.

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