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Monday, September 25 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Unicode Strings: Why the Implementation Matters

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We will provide a brief overview including an explanation of what Unicode is, string terminology, and how Unicode supports non US languages.

We will cover the pros and cons of various String formats and encodings including UTF-8, UTF-16, UCS-4, etc. A time line of Unicode development will be shown and how other languages have handled string processing over the last twenty years.

We will provide a brief overview of where strings are used, what can go wrong with strings, why string encoding is important, and how the CsString library solves a major problem with string handling.

We will explain how the CsString library has changed our CopperSpice Gui libraries and improved string processing in DoxyPress.

No prior knowledge of Unicode, CopperSpice, or DoxyPress is required.

Speakers
avatar for Barbara Geller

Barbara Geller

Co Founder, CopperSpice
I am an independent consultant with over twenty-five years of experience as a programmer and software developer. I have worked with numerous smaller companies developing in-house applications. I have also designed and developed Windows applications for several vertical markets in... Read More →
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Ansel Sermersheim

Co Founder, CopperSpice
I have been working as a programmer for nearly twenty years. My degree is in Computer Science from Cal Poly San Luis  Obispo. | | I have transitioned to independent consulting and I am currently working on a project for RealtyShares in San Francisco. | | Co-founder of CopperSpice, a C++ GUI library. Co-founder of DoxyPress, a C++ application for generating documentation. Developer of the open source libraries: libGuarded, CsSignal and CsString. | I have programmed in C++, C, Lisp, Java, and Perl, with extensive knowledge in TCP/IP and mutilthreaded design. I am... Read More →


Monday September 25, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Meydenbauer TBA #2 Meydenbauer Center
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