Andrey Karpov's Member Blogs
I find this question pretty strange. The answer is yes, of course, and that will be so for a long time. But I'm asked this question from time to time at conferences or when communicating with developers on forums.
After a long wait C++Builder XE3 Update 1 has finally acquired the capability of building 64-bit applications. It means that developers using this tool will soon face the yet unfamiliar world of 64-bit errors.
In this connection, I have met the wonderful man Walter Bright who has created the D language. In the form of an interview, I will try to learn from him how the D language helps programmers get rid of errors we all make when writing code.
TDD is one of the most popular software development techniques. I like this technology in general, and we employ it to some extent. The main thing is not to run to extremes when using it.
There is no fragment in program code where you cannot make mistakes.
Нow to develop plugins in C# for the Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010/2012 development environment.
This post is intended for those who write articles and books on the subject of creating high-quality C/C++ code or security issues.
I’ve decided to pick out some materials that programmers may like most.
Static code analysis is one of the error detection methodologies. We are glad that this methodology is becoming more and more popular nowadays.
Many programmers are very fond of blaming the compiler for different errors. Let's talk about it.
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