The new C++ Standard (C++11) changed the language and the (C++-) standard library. After concentrating on the language changes, it is time to take a closer look at the library changes.

Many of the language changes are library-driven (e.g. R-Value References). A good understanding of the changes in the libraries helps to understand the changes in the language.
In addition, several new libraries extent the language and help the programmer to be more productive.
●    R-Value References support,
●    Initializer list support,
●    ratio, chrono, forward_list,
●    new algorithms,
●    smart-pointers,
●    concurrency (overview),
●    and more.

Speaker: Sven Johannsen


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