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Meeting C++ Newsletter - February
this is the first Meeting C++ Newsletter ever. So I'll start with some explaining, give you some details on the Meeting C++ Project and end with a great collection of C++ links. So this newsletter has something for everybody :)
First some explaining. The motivation is to send this newsletter on a basis of 2 a quater, but also the frequency will highly depend on my time to write it... It will contain information about C++, some details to Meeting C++ etc. This time I focus on Meeting C++.
This newsletter is being sent twice. There are already some subscribers at Meeting C++, but I can reach far more people over my social group "Modern C++" at Xing, which deserves to also have its fair share. To my german readers: Sorry no translation this time, I intend to keep it this way, this newsletter will always only be in english. So, in total this newsletter will have almost 4500 readers. Most of them at xing, but some people already have subscribed at Meeting C++ too.
Some short words about meetingcpp.com...
I've written about changes to the website before, so I'll don't go in the details here. Its just more now, most of it now applies also to the german page, having to maintain 2 language Versions of a site can be sometimes quite troublesome. Whats new is, that the pages of last years event moved to Meeting C++ > 2012, as new things are comming.
I don't want to talk to much about those new things, as there is yet nothing to tell as of dates. But expect the Call for Papers for Meeting C++ 2013 to start in April, and before this we might also announce a second event.
Whats new is also the blog, which already contains some blogposts of my self, and for the future might feature some blog authors from the User Groups also. And its also available in german. Subscribe to the RSS if you want to stay up to date!
To the last part, Links about C++. I do post and see a lot of interesting links about C++ online, so, why not share them in the newsletter? This is a loose mix of C++ Links, you'll have to read through it, and decide what is worth reading for you...
Have you heard about Dataflow Programming, and how to use it with boost?
DLib looks like a nice, boost licenced C++ Library collection. But I haven't used it yet.
Sorting data in parallel on GPU and CPU.
Cpp Linq offers new operators.
Google shared some binary trees with the C++ Community.
Thoughts on a performant C++11 Signal System.
cppnet library has not its own site.
How to build QWidget based Apps for BlackBerry10.
Videotutorial about building Apps for BlackBerry10.
Development with Qt and XCode
Extending C++11 range based forloop.
Exploring the boost graph library.
Open and efficient Type Switch for C++.
Herb Sutter - atomic<> Weapons.