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Friday, September 29 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
C++/WinRT and the Future of C++ on Windows

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This talk highlights efforts by Kenny Kerr, Herb Sutter, Gabriel Dos Reis, and others to make Windows a great place for C++ developers, replacing proprietary extensions and tools with standard C++ code. The talk begins with a quick introduction on what C++/WinRT is, how it helps make it super simple to create projects targeting Windows that use just ordinary C++ code, how the project uses advanced C++17 and TS features today, the roadmap for the next few months, and then how we’re looking ahead at things like modules and metaclasses to dramatically improve the way we think of and use C++ on Windows.

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Scott Jones

Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft
Scott works on several diagnostics features of Microsoft Windows, including Windows Device Portal, WinRT diagnostic APIs, and the browser's F12 network tracing. A few months ago, Scott joined Kenny Kerr to develop and ship the C++/WinRT projection library.
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Kenny Kerr

Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
Kenny is an author, systems programmer, and the creator of C++/WinRT. He is also an engineer on the Windows team at Microsoft where he is changing the way developers approach OS and app development with beautiful high-performance libraries and tools.

Friday September 29, 2017 4:45pm - 5:45pm PDT
Ferranti (403) Meydenbauer Center