On this page, you can find informations and hints to usefull sites about
software development, C/C++ programming, and Windows NT. If you know some
good URLs, please e-mail them to me.
||THE adress for MFC, VC++, .NET, C# and related stuff. Tons of excellent code and articles!
(Of course, I also post my code and articles there :-)
||Another good ressource for MFC/VC++ programming.
||Felix Kaasza provides a lot of code examples about how to program the "NT-Side" of the Win32 API. If you have to deal with things like security, RPC, NetApi and so on, this site is a first-choice!
||Chris Becke maintains the "GUI-Side" on MVPS. You are going to find a lot of information about shell, user32 and gdi32 programming there.
||Chris Sells provides consulting and training for .NET and contributes a lot of
tips, tricks and excellent free tools for system and application programmers.
||Information about undocumented functions and features in Win95 and NT4.0
||"Software Tools, Silicon and Resources for the Connected Device Developers". This site is just cool!
It provides tons of download links for specs, tools, compilers and libraries for the advanced device-driver developer.
|NT Kernel-Mode Device Driver FAQ
||Do you have to program a driver for NT? Check this!
||Jungo offers complete toolsets for advanced Windows/Linux driver development in C++.
||A good site about programming software that works. It provides a lot of examples, background infos and so on.
||Contains information and sample code about TCP/IP programming with WinSock
||The Windev community provides a great mailing list about Win32 coding in C/C++.
||Maintained by some of the most active members of the Windev mailing list this site contains a lot of stuff about programming, web development, Hardware, OS versions, and more.