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Fun with C++14 Lambdas at Silicon Valley Code Camp

Believe it or not, but the 9th Silicon Valley Code Camp is less than 2 weeks away and I can't wait to be at the largest software technology conference setup by developers for developers---and here is the best part---at no cost to the attendees. So far, there are 234 registered sessions, 7 technical tracks, and over 3100 registrations. So mark your calendar--it's October 11th and 12th, Saturday and Sunday, as always.



C++ is hot again at SVCC and third year in a row there is a dedicated track for modern C++. There are 11 sessions covering a wide variety of topics related to modern C++ programming.

I wanna thank SVCC organizers who generously allowed me to present two sessions: The first one is titled: Fun with Lambdas: C++14 Style[video]. You may be following the Fun with Lambdas series on this blog and hopefully having some fun too! I'll present a sampling of the content discussed here with new insights. Check out part 1, part 2, and part 3 if you haven't already. Come see how functional programming techniques are going to change the face of C++ programming beyond recognition.

Fun with Lambdas: C++14 Style from Sumant Tambe on Vimeo.


The second sessions is about Reactive Programming with DDS and Rx[video]. It's about functional programming again but this time it's going to be C#. Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a fascinating new technique to compose asynchronous and event-based programs using observables and LINQ-style query operators. It fits extremely well with DDS--a data distribution technology for networked real-time systems. I'll demo commonly used Rx operators with real data coming off of a toy DDS example. More on that here.

Reactive Stream Processing Using DDS and Rx from Sumant Tambe on Vimeo.

All in all, I'm anticipating the SVCC'14 to be a pretty busy weekend once again with a lot of learning and sharing. If you are in the area and decide to attend, stop by and say hi!

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Sumant Tambe said…
@awais kamran: Thanks! C++ in Urdu looks pretty neat. Bahut hi acche tarike se apane samazaya hai C++ ko.
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