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Scott Meyers • Herb Sutter • Andrei AlexandrescuSeptember 29 – October 1, 2014 • Maritim Hotel • Stuttgart, Germany C++ and Beyond is a small, conference-like event built around intensive technical sessions by Scott Meyers, Herb Sutter, and Andrei Alexandrescu, but designed also to facilitate the exchange of experiences and insights among the unusually talented developers who attend. Technical sessions focus on topics of special interest to professional developers where Andrei, Herb, and Scott have expertise. Topics in past years have included CPU caches, lambda expressions, move semantics, CAS-based concurrency, variadic templates, the C++11 memory model, GPGPU programming, code optimization techniques, and the C++11 threading API. For details, consult the full schedules for C&B 2010, C&B 2011, C&B 2012, and C&B 2013, as well as the selected videos from prior C++ and Beyonds. This year’s event is a little different from previous events: C++ and Beyond
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