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  1. November 13th, 2002 — C++ Techniques for Tomorrow That Can be Implemented Today (aka Boosting your Code) — David Brownell

    Published: Fri 01 November 2002
    By nwcpp

    In 2002.

    Location

    6464 185th Avenue NE
    Redmond, WA 98052

    Abstract

    This presentation will illustrate techniques to ensure code correctness at compile time, extend the STL, and enhance C++ using the freely available and portable boost libraries, www.boost.org. Beginning with brief overviews of the boost organization and the ...

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  2. April 10th, 2002 — Honey, I Shrunk the Threads: Compile-time checked multithreaded transactions in C++ — Andrei Alexandrescu

    Published: Mon 01 April 2002
    By nwcpp

    In 2002.

    Location

    6464 185th Avenue NE
    Redmond, WA 98052

    Abstract

    This talk presents a couple of new, safe idioms that bring order in your C++ multithreaded programs. We will cover three idioms for single-object transactions and two idioms for multi-object transactions, with examples. Warning: This talk is rated R ...

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  3. March 13th, 2002 — Schism++: How Microsoft Proposes to Bridge the Gap Between ANSI C++ and the ‘Managed C++’ of .NET — Matthew Griscom

    Published: Fri 01 March 2002
    By nwcpp

    In 2002.

    Location

    6464 185th Avenue NE
    Redmond, WA 98052

    Abstract

    Microsoft Visual Studio 7 .NET has shipped with improved support for ANSI C++. The whole .NET aspect of this tool, discussed extensively in this and other forums, is radically new and at first blush is incompatible with ANSI C ...

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