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Thursday, November 20 • 14:55 - 15:50
Mike Long - The C++ Memory Model (Slides)

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The memory model is perhaps one of the most valuable but misunderstood changes in c++11.  For the first time, c++ programmers have a language contract with the runtime about how their code will be executed in the face of hardware optimizations, memory hierarchies and multiple threads of execution. This talk will introduce you to the key concepts in the memory model, and show how these concepts apply to the new atomic primitives in c++11.

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Mike Long

Mike Long is a software consultant, his specialties include coaching and mentoring teams to adopt modern technical practices in hostile legacy environments. | Mike has over 10 years professional software engineering experience, working in a variety of cultures and business domains. Mike considers software as a craft, and enjoys sharing the pursuit of technical excellence with fellow professionals. | Mike is active in the software community... Read More →



Thursday November 20, 2014 14:55 - 15:50
5. Theta

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