Switching to C++11 and C++14 in one day

A session at ACCU 2014

Tuesday 8th April, 2014

10:00am to 5:00pm (GMT)

C++11 is standardized and C++14 is around the corner. This raises the question for existing C++ projects and their programmers whether and when to switch to the new language and its library. This tutorial tries to answer that question in one day. It gives a brief overview about the new key features of the new C++ (including the key elements auto, range-based-for-loops, initializations, variadic templates, lambdas, move semantics, and new language features for polymorphism) and introduces the key elements of the new C++ standard library. A couple of example programs demonstrates the typical application of the new style. As a result the attendee will have a good understanding about the benefits of the new C++ standard.

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Nicolai Josuttis

SOA and C++ expert, system architect, technical manager, author bio from LinkedIn

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ACCU 2014

England England, Bristol

8th12th April 2014

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Time 10:00am5:00pm GMT

Date Tue 8th April 2014

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