A few weeks ago, the 2010 Edition of TechEd Europe took place in Berlin, Germany. C++ MVP Kate Gregory (picture) delivered a session where she shows through demos the latest achievements in the C++arena, especially regarding the upcoming C++0x version of language (scheduled by 2011), its libraries, concurrency and related IDE improvements for all those.
If you have been already working with all these, it may seem at a first glance that this session won’t add much value to what you already knew. However, what makes this session in particular more interesting is the fact that Kate doesn’t just enunciate new keywords or features but she also explains the rationale behind their incorporation, what was wrong so far and a code comparison before and after the change.
If, instead, you weren’t aware this changes or were but never tried those, watch this session first.
And by the way, those who have already attended or watched previous sessions delivered by Kate, know very well that she’s an amazing presenter.
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