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Even while moving Windows every year may seems like a good idea, doing the same with Visual Studio, SQL Server and Windows Server (And any business grade software) may not be the best, given that business user tend to lag waiting for the .1 release. Anyway, i'll probably stick with Visual Studio 2012 unless I really need to move or it supports overloaded constructors in C++.
I would disagree several new feature appear to be very powerful. The first one is to be able to monitor/watch async/wait as a separate entry on the stack. For use mobile developers see what the projected power usage of the app will be handy.
Then what's else do you want to discuss? This is not a programming post at all. There are so many technical parts in trading system, you guys don't like to discuss about it? I like to compare windows with linux and other parts, is this something wrong?
I wouldn't say the problem isn't defined, he's just extremely performance focused and doesn't really listen to what we are saying.
Its like trying to get the most performance out of your car by concentrating on how much the lug nuts weigh. If an application is that performance intensive it still starts with an engine and wheels, after you get it rolling then you start whittling down the issues. The last thing you should be concerned with is the lug nuts.
And even writing in C# (or cpp, or java, vb, etc), if done right and you find that you want to test on another platform such as Mono/<insert sql server of choice> then it would not take much code change to switch. The problem is being too entirely focused on what doesn't matter, application design done right should be the concern, not the back end and hardware.
"This is a more detail programming question already, not as general as before."
That's why I suggested it was moved. My initial criticism was because you have had a good amount of valid responses, this is basically asking the same question, just with specific versions or each part. You'll end up getting a good response posting it forums dedicated to answering this type of question, not a criticism of what you are trying to do.
Nobody has a problem discussing trading systems here, but when it becomes a programming question, it will likely get moved.
[Edit] I'll admit, some of us get away with asking programming questions here, but probably not along the lines of the same one with different variations, multiple times. Some of us even get away with shamelessly plugging our work, blogs, comedy, etc.