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The Future of Concurrency in C++: ACCU 2008

Monday, 07 January 2008

I am pleased to start 2008 with some good news: I will be speaking on "The Future of Concurrency in C++" at ACCU 2008.

Here's the synopsis:

With the next version of the C++ Standard (C++0x), concurrency support is being added to C++. This means a new memory model with support for multiple threads of execution and atomic operations, and a new set of library classes and functions for managing threads and synchronizing data. There are also further library enhancements planned for the next technical report (TR2). This talk will provide an overview of the new facilities, including an introduction to the new memory model, and an in-depth look at how to use the new library. Looking forward to TR2, this talk will cover the proposed library extensions, and how facilities like futures will affect the programming model.

I hope to see you there!

Posted by Anthony Williams
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