Saturday, 06 April 2013
I'm presenting on "C++11 features and real-world code" at ACCU 2013 in Bristol on this coming Thursday, 11th April. Here's the abstract:
C++11 has many nifty features, but how do they actually impact developers at the code face? Which C++11 features offer the best bang for the buck?
In this session I'll look at a selection of C++11 language and library features that I've found of real practical benefit in application and library code, with examples of equivalent C++03 code.
The features covered will include the concurrency support (of course), lambdas, and "auto", amongst a variety of others.
Hope to see you there!