February 12th, 2003 — Mojo — Andrei Alexandrescu

Published: Sat 01 February 2003
By nwcpp

In 2003.


6464 185th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052


Attend this talk to learn about Mojo, the new framework, library, and coding guideline that enables you to pass and return values without fearing that copying temporaries is going to ruin runtime performance or your code review. Mojo guarantees that, if you follow a number of simple rules when designing your classes, you will totally eliminate unnecessary copying.

Learn about Mojo from its own creator for 90 fun and instructive minutes. Mojo uses a cornucopia of interesting tricks and techniques that are likely to make your day whether you use C++ (you’ll be happy you can apply them) or other languages (you’ll be happy you can’t apply them).


Andrei Alexandrescu is working on a graduate degree at the University of Washington. He is the author of the acclaimed book Modern C++ Design. Andrei is also a columnist for C/C++ Users Journal, a C++ former columnist for the C++ Report, a speaker at numerous conferences, and one of the featured instructors of The C++ Seminar (www.gotw.ca/cpp_seminar). His website is www.moderncppdesign.com.