Software developers familiar with the fundamentals of C++11 are ready to advance from knowing what's in C++11 to understanding how to apply it effectively. This seminar, based on information in Scott Meyers´ forthcoming Effective C++11, highlights the insights and best practices of the most accomplished C++11 programmers: the things they almost always do (or almost always avoid doing) to produce clear, correct, efficient code.
The seminar is based on lecture presentations, with ample time for questions and discussion by attendees. There are no hands–on exercises, but participants are welcome – encouraged! – to use their C++ development environments to experiment with the ideas in the seminar as they are presented.