Tag Archives: RENAISSANCE
I finally got around to watching Herb Sutter’s much promoted Future of C++ webcast that went out live last Friday on MSDN’s Channel 9. The talk began with an update on Visual C++ detailing the work to include the remaining missing C++11 features. There seems to be criticism on some of the forums that no […]
“I haven’t seen this much attention and investment in C++ since last century – C++ conferences at record numbers, C++ compiler investments by the biggest companies in the industry (e.g., Clang), and [much more]…” – Herb Sutter. It has been said that C++ is experiencing something of a renaissance.