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Published on May 22, 2015
Abstract With concepts and ranges coming, big changes are in store for the Standard Library and for the style of idiomatic C++. The effort to redefine the Standard Library is picking up pace. Come hear about one potential future from one of the key people driving the change. In this talk, Eric works through a tricky example and shows an elegant solution rooted both in yesterday's STL and tomorrow's. He will speak briefly about where we are in the process to reinvent and reinvigorate the Standard Library.
Bio Eric Niebler is a leading expert on library design in modern C++. He has freelanced as a professional C++ developer since 2003, has contributed to numerous Open Source projects, is a member of the ISO C++ Standardization Committee, the Boost Steering Committee, and is a Boost Release Manager. He is a keynote speaker at this year's C++Now conference in Aspen, and keynoted the 2013 Meeting C++ in Dusseldorf, Germany. Eric's range-v3 library, which re-imagines the STL with concepts and ranges, forms the basis of several serious proposals to modernize the core of the Standard Library.
Eric spent over two years living nomadically, working remotely from the coffee shops of the world.