GoingNative will be livestreamed this week: Sep 4-6

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The GoingNative 2013 conference starts Wednesday and is just about sold out. A few seats remain, so register now (or get on the waitlist in case there's a last-minute cancellation you can snag).

It's decidedly desirable to be physically in the room to get the full experience, and hundreds of people from over 10 countries are already on their way. But if you can't come in person to Redmond, WA, USA for this week's C++ fest, you'll be glad to know the talks will be livestreamed as well on the Channel 9 homepage. The streaming is compatible with all major platforms. For those of you around the world, please note that the talk times are in North American Pacific Daylight Time.

Talks include the following, including both full-length talks and a number of 20- and 30-minute "nuggets."

Day 1: Wed Sep 4

  • Opening Keynote: The Essence of C++ -- With Examples in C++84, C++98, C++11, and C++14 (Bjarne Stroustrup)
  • C++ Seasoning (Sean Parent)
  • Writing Quick Code in C++, Quickly (Andrei Alexandrescu)
  • Don’t Help the Compiler (Stephan T. Lavavej)
  • Compiler++ (Jim Radigan)

Day 2: Thu Sep 5

  • Day 2 Keynote: One C++ (Herb Sutter)
  • rand() Considered Harmful (Stephan T. Lavavej)
  • An Effective C++11/14 Sampler (Scott Meyers)
  • C++14: Through the Looking Glass (Michael Wong)
  • The Care and Feeding of C++’s Dragons (Chandler Carruth)
  • Interactive Panel: Ask Us Anything! (speakers)

Day 3: Fri Sep 6

  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Threading (But...) (Elliot H. Omiya)
  • The Way of the Exploding Tuple (Andrei Alexandrescu)
  • To Move or Not to Move: That is the Question (Michael Wong)
  • Bringing await to C++ (Deon Brewis)
  • A C++ REST SDK: OSS web services on Windows and Linux (Niklas Gustafsson)
  • Compiler Confidential (Eric Brumer)
  • Find-Build-Share-Use: Using NuGet for C and C++ Libraries (Garrett Serack)
  • My Favorite C++ 10-Liner (Herb Sutter)

 

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