As I mentioned earlier, part of my fall schedule is to give a repeat of this spring’s sold-out seminar: “High-Performance and Low-Latency C++” (October 9-11, London, UK).
I am still getting mails about whether there are alternative/additional European dates for this seminar. Unfortunately, the answer is still no, but since I’m getting inquiries about it let me repeat that part of the earlier post:
On October 9-11, I’ll be in London giving a one-time repeat of “High-Performance and Low-Latency C++” (course details page). This is the same as the public course I gave in Stockholm [in April]; because that course sold out, and I was coming to Europe again for Qt World Summit anyway, we decided to do a single repeat that same week, this time in London.
Notes: (1) Some of you have emailed me asking if there will be other dates/cities, and the answer is no, sorry, I do seminars very rarely and this is the last one I have time to do for the foreseeable future. So if you are interested then this is the one to attend. (2) Some of you have also emailed me to ask whether the seminar will be recorded, and the answer is again no, sorry, the organizers are not set up for that. However, you can find all of my past Effective Concurrency writing (on which parts of this course are based) freely available via this blog, just search for that phrase or use the category tag — there’s a book’s worth of free material written by me in individual-article form.
So, if you’re interested, I hope you’ll be able to attend this October, and I look forward to seeing many of you there.