Microsoft Increases C++11 Compliance with New Compiler

When Microsoft released VS2012 they promised that the new architecture was designed to support out-of-band releases and to provide the developer with the ability to bring new features to market quicker. Microsoft new compiler does just that with their improved Visual C++'s support for the full C++11 standard. Microsoft also reiterated the fact that Windows was built on C++ as well as their love for HTML5 and JavaScript. Read the full story here.


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