On C++ study groups

New York C++ Developers Group
Fri, 23 Sep 2011, 21:00 - 23:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
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I will suggest to have at least two study groups. Meetings will be based on the participant's experience, I don't think it will be optimal to lump everybody in one room (I'm not sure if a C++ pro will like talk to discuss about hello world)

I think one group should focus in language centric topics and another group should focus more in software development using C++.

Study group I : C++ for programmers -- language features: OOP, generics, procedural paradigms C++ gotchas, memory, RAII, meta-programming, boost.

Study group II: C++ software development: TDD, design patterns, C++ idioms, testing techniques, cross-platform development, parallel and concurrency techniques, thread models, OS, etc.

As I said, if the input depends on participants, I wonder how a C++ for absolute beginner can work if nobody will be able to help each other unless an expert is willing to help. I'm not an expert, but I work as C++ developer and I will be able to do some help as the assistant of a real guru..haha.

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