I’ve blogged about Casablanca before. Here’s a related talk from TechEd Australia:
Casablanca is a Microsoft incubation effort to support cloud-based client-server communication in native code using a modern asynchronous C++ API design. Think of it as Node.js, but using C++ – from simple services, to JSON and REST, to Azure storage and deployment, and more.
Casablanca gives you the power to use existing native C++ libraries and code to do awesome things on the cloud server. In this talk from TechEd Australia, John Azariah and Mahesh Krishnan show how it’s done.
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Isn’t this what we can expect of a future version of C++ AMP?
Hi, i am sorry to post a comment that it is not related to the post. I was wondering is there a solution posted somewhere about GotW #105: Smart Pointers? I couldn’t find it. sorry again
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