Channel 9 has just posted a recording of my intro talk at C++ and Beyond 2011 last month in Banff. Here’s the link: C++ and Beyond 2011: Why C++.
It’s a keynote-y talk, not a technical talk, but we felt it was important to address an important trend involving the language. The goal is to share a perspective and rationale for why of late there’s such a resurgence of interest in C++ — both across the industry, and within Microsoft.
Whether or not you agree with the perspective and rationale, I hope you enjoy it!
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ouch that sounded egocentric I meant can you tell US…
Hi, can you please tell me why include guards have not been made implicit and repetitive inclusion explicit. Aka you dont have to write anything to make include idempotent? Its one of those things that smells like 80s.
Thanks for posting this. I really enjoyed this talk and, as someone that likes programming in C++, I hope you’re right.
The talks were recorded, but they had technical issues, according to Scott Meyers.
I really really really^5 wish you had recorded all the talks, and made them available through purchase. They could have been enjoyed by so many people that couldn’t make it or didn’t get in on time.
But thanks for posting up this one.
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