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Thursday, September 27 • 14:00 - 15:00
Early Modern C++: How to Handle a C++03 Codebase in $CURRENT_YEAR

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C++11 came up 7 years ago, yet not all projects have made the upgrade today.
But that shouldn't stop you from adopting Modern C++, which idioms are quite older than C++11.
Using those patterns will not only ease the pain of working with an older revision of the standard, it will also help you migrate to a more recent compiler.

Join me in this talk for a quick tour of what the Modern C++ philosophy is, how you can apply it to your C++03 codebase while preparing for the future.
Following my experience of working most of the 2010s decade with a large C++03 codebase, I will explain how to emulate C++11 (and later) features and also provide a couple tips and mistakes to avoid when moving to a more recent standard, including how to convince your boss to sponsor it.

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Mathieu Ropert

Experienced Programmer, Paradox Development Studio
French C++ expert working on (somewhat) historical video games. Decided to upgrade his compiler once and has been blogging about build systems ever since. Past speaker at CppCon, Meeting C++ and ACCU. Used to run the Paris C++ User Group. Currently lives in Sweden.

Thursday September 27, 2018 14:00 - 15:00

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