SELA C++ Conference Is Near!
I just realized that I completely forgot to tell you about the C++ conference we’ve having in the middle of June. Basically, we realized that there’s a lot of latent interest in C++ – what with the “C++ renaissance” – that we are not tapping into with our SDP conferences. Even though the last SDP had sessions on C++11 and debugging C++ applications, we felt there was room for more.
At the C++ conference on June 18-20, we have two parts, as usual: a day of breakout sessions at the Crowne Plaza hotel in Tel-Aviv, and two days packed with full-day tutorials. Yours truly is delivering two breakout sessions—a keynote on C++11 and a session on the future of C++; and a tutorial day on managed-native interoperability. Other nuggets include a C++11 deep dive, a session for performance tuning C++ apps (which has sold out quite a while ago!), and others.
I’ve been working on my sessions most of last week, and can promise you they’re going to be a lot of fun! In the breakout sessions I’m planning to cram as many examples of modern and future C++ as I can, and in the interop workshop there will be four labs and plenty of cool demos, including my recently posted SIMD example.
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