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  1. November 10th, 2004 — STL/CLI — Stan Lippman

    Published: Mon 01 November 2004
    By nwcpp

    In 2004.

    Location

    Building 43, Adams Conference Room
    One Microsoft Way
    Redmond, Washington 98052

    Abstract

    STL/CLISTL containers and generic algorithms for Microsoft .NET Framework and ECMA Common Language Infrastructure

    C++/CLI brings C++ idioms to managed code development. With templates and CLI Generics, STL/CLI brings the Standard ...

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  2. September 8th, 2004 — Achieving Source-Level Software Portability Using GNU Autoconf, Automake, Libtool, and Make — Robert P. Goddard

    Published: Wed 01 September 2004
    By nwcpp

    In 2004.

    Location

    3855 Monte Villa Parkway
    Bothell, Washington 98021

    Abstract

    If you have ever downloaded "open-source" software as source code from GNU or elsewhere, you have witnessed the following magic:

    ./configure
    make
    make check
    make install
    

    after which the software just works, even for very complex packages, no matter ...

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  3. August 11th, 2004 — "Square Table" Meeting — Open Discussion

    Published: Sun 01 August 2004
    By nwcpp

    In 2004.

    Location

    Desert Fire
    7211 166th Avenue Northeast
    Redmond, Washington 98052

    Description

    This will be an informal discussion over dinner. The topic is just a suggestion, and we may find that we prefer to socialize rather than discuss anything in particular. Come ready to chat and get to know your fellow ...

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  4. July 14th, 2004 — Roundtable Meeting — Open Discussion

    Published: Thu 01 July 2004
    By nwcpp

    In 2004.

    Location

    Desert Fire
    7211 166th Avenue Northeast
    Redmond, Washington 98052

    Description

    This will be an informal discussion over dinner. The topic is just a suggestion, and we may find that we prefer to socialize rather than discuss anything in particular. Come ready to chat and get to know your fellow ...

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  5. April 14th, 2004 — Double-Checked Locking, Threads, Compiler Optimizations, and More — Scott Meyers

    Published: Thu 01 April 2004
    By nwcpp

    In 2004.

    Location

    6464 185th Avenue NE
    Redmond, WA 98052

    Abstract

    The Double-Checked Locking Pattern is a common approach to efficient lazy initialization. Unfortunately, it’s not reliable in threaded systems, it can fail for different reasons in uniprocessor and multiprocessor environments, and there’s no portable way to make ...

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  6. February 11th, 2004 — C++ Development for PocketPC, SmartPhone, and Windows CE — Nishan Jebanasam & Rich Hanbidge

    Published: Sun 01 February 2004
    By nwcpp

    In 2004.

    Location

    6464 185th Avenue NE
    Redmond, WA 98052

    Abstract

    Learn about the new native device development feature in the next release of Visual Studio. This talk will cover developing, debugging and deploying C++ applications to Pocket PC, Smartphone and Windows CE. It will also cover improvements made since ...

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