Modern C++ is clean, safe, and fast. It continues to deliver better and simpler features than were previously available. How can we help most C++ programmers get the improved features by default, so that our code is better by upgrading to take full advantage of modern C++?
This talk continues from Bjarne Stroustrup's Monday keynote to describe how the open C++ core guidelines project is the cornerstone of a broader effort to promote modern C++. Using the same cross-platform effort Stroustrup described, this talk shows how to enable programmers write production-quality C++ code that is, among other benefits, type-safe and memory-safe by default – free of most classes of type errors, bounds errors, and leak/dangling errors – and still exemplary, efficient, and fully modern C++.
Background reading: Bjarne Stroustrup's 2005 "SELL" paper, "A rationale for semantically enhanced library languages," is important background for this talk.
Learn how you can take user interaction beyond keyboard and mouse with Windows Hello and Face recognition, Speech input and integration with Cortana, enabling inking support and adding sharing and drag and drop.
Mostly, when we build enterprise applications, we’re not starting from scratch. Deciding what to build, what to reuse and what to keep is an important part of the enterprise software development decision process. In this session, Nick will explore the conditions and requirements that might lead you to decide which of these approaches to take. He’ll also demonstrate some techniques for taking an existing Line of Business application and lighting it up with a modern, touch-friendly UI.
Join this session to find out about the networking features that let you build large multi-tier applications in Azure. We’ll walk you through setting up virtual networks, securing them with network security groups, setting up application gateways for front-end connectivity, and setting up VPN gateways for cross-premises connectivity.