|C++ has been around since the 80s, and is based on a legacy that stretches back to the 70s, 60s and earlier (depending on how you measure it). A remarkable heritage, but given the quantity and quality of “modern” programming languages available today is it really relevant anymore? Isn’t it just an overly complex behemoth that should be consigned to a museum?|
This talk gives a tour of Modern C++ – starting from C++11, through C++14, C++17 – to today’s C++20 and what’s coming in C++23 and beyond. C++ is far from stagnant and, despite some warts, is moving forward at an impressive pace while staying truer than ever to its founding principles of zero cost abstractions and “don’t pay for what you don’t use”.
Whether you’ve never touched a line of C++, or are using it every day, you’re sure to get something from following this journey.
Please note these sessions are only available to Software Cornwall members and any bookings by non-members will be cancelled.
European Social Fund
The European Social Fund is partially funding Software Cornwall to run this training project to provide development training for employees within the software industry. As a Software Cornwall member you will be receiving a discount to this course by email. This course is only available to those from the UK or EU. To participate in the training certain personal information will be required from attendants as proof of employment and eligibility to attend. This information is for the purposes of ensuring that the training will go to the correct participants. You will also be required to complete an evaluation form after the training as part of the attendance.