Five Cool Things You Never Thought C++ Could Do

A session at Sela Developer Practice

Tuesday 2nd June, 2015

2:10pm to 3:10pm (JMT)

This session is dedicated to incredibly impressive but occasionally hard to implement micro-frameworks that you probably wouldn't imagine C++ can support. Here are a couple: we will build a compile-time and runtime-safe version of printf so that if you pass in the wrong number of arguments, it DOES NOT COMPILE. We will build a 50-line serialization framework that recognizes containers and goes through them automatically, with the magic of compile-time reflection. And there are three more little gems like this -- you have to come to the talk to see what they are.

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Sasha Goldshtein

CTO of Sela Group

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Time 2:10pm3:10pm JMT

Date Tue 2nd June 2015

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Books by speaker

  • Pro .NET Performance: Optimize Your C# Applications (Professional Apress)
  • Introducing Windows® 7 for Developers

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