If you practice C++ programming language, here’s your chance to become more fluent. GoingNative 2013 kicked off Wednesday, offering three days of sessions and panels geared to help C++ developers gain deep and practical knowledge – on topics from libraries to compilers. This technical event features distinguished and up-and-coming subject experts, and is geared to “inform and educate the global C++ developer community with the latest information about ISO C++11 and draft C++14,” according to the GoingNative 2013 site.
Glean advanced know-how from these C++ “superheroes” in person at the Redmond event or join live via Channel 9. For more info, take a look at the GoingNative 2013 site on Channel 9.
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