| About Richard GrimesRichard Grimes has built a reputation for writing in-depth books and articles about C++ that leave nothing uncovered. When he researches a technology he is more concerned with learning the “why” than the “how.” Once he understands why Microsoft has implemented a technology, the techniques of how to use it become clear. Richard’s attention to detail and his presentation of information researched from first principles distinguishes his books from the competition. |
In the last two years, Richard has concentrated on the Managed Extensions for C++ and has written numerous articles on the subject, as well as a .NET book with a heavy C++ bias. He writes a column on the managed extensions for Visual C++ Developers Journal. Richard is also well known as an authority on managed C++ from his column in VCDJ/.NET Magazine, articles in MSDN® Magazine, and as a contributing editor for Windows Developer Magazine. As a Microsoft MVP for .NET and a regular speaker at .NET conferences, Richard keeps a close watch on, and has a detailed knowledge of, the needs and directions of the market.