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DATE 2013-01-28
FROM Ruben Safir
SUBJECT Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] [escott1976@aol.com: Re: [New-York-C-Developers-Group] C++ Meetup
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Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 13:09:13 -0500
From: "Eric S. Sternberg"
To: New-York-C-Developers-Group-list-at-meetup.com
Subject: Re: [New-York-C-Developers-Group] C++ Meetup Ideas Welcome

I am currently enrolled in Stevens and taking Intro to C+. I am in week 2 and interested in coming.















Eric Sternberg




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From: Justin Dearing <zippy1981-at-gmail.com>


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Subject: Re: [New-York-C-Developers-Group] C++ Meetup Ideas Welcome

















Andrew,








I'm actually looking to learn these things. I'll let you know if I ever manage to teach myself enough to make a useful hour presentation. I'd love to hear a platform agnostic talk on Smart pointers. That might help me apply the win32 specific examples.












As far as COM, its still relevant. For example, if you want to host the CLR in an executable (which I have a need to for a pet project), the CLR itself is a COM object. Secondly I'm going though Windows Internals by Mark Russinovich which covers the internals of windows and the C API. What it doesn't cover, and what my next obvious knowledge gap will be after that, is COM.












Finally I'd be interested in a talk about your error_or project. It might be an applicable pattern to other languages.











Justin







On Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 12:33 PM, Andrew Morrow <andrew.c.morrow-at-gmail.com> wrote:















Hi Justin -











Apologies for the delay getting back to you.











My bias would be to keep the talks focused on platform agnostic topics, for the most part. However, you did mention using C++ smart pointers to make Win32 less painful. I think there could be some potential there, demonstrating how to use the more advanced features of C++11 smart pointers to simplify integration with 'unfriendly' APIs. I'm not sure how widely known such techniques are, and those techniques aren't MS specific.













As far as COM, is that still a relevant part of the Windows development environment? I remember it being quite important many years ago, but I thought that CLR had obviated the need for it? On the other hand, acquiring an understanding of the design of COM is certainly good for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of the C++ object model. If it is still relevant, perhaps it could be presented in a way that limited its Win32 specificity?













Would you be interested in giving a presentation along these lines?














On Thu, Jan 3, 2013 at 8:22 PM, Justin Dearing <zippy1981-at-gmail.com> wrote:








Andrew et al,










I've found myself doing a smattering of C++ because I have the need to host the .NET CLR in an exe for a hobby project. How many windows C++ guys are in the meetup? I'd like to hea talks about C++/CLI, using smart pointers to make the Win32 API suck less, and understanding COM. I think there would be an interest for these sorts of talks. A lot of us that code in .NET or Java tend to use pure C when they have to interact with low level OS stuff because we learned the C++ that existed ten years ago.














So is anyone in the group interested in those types of topics?











Justin







On Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 11:43 AM, Andrew Morrow <andrew.c.morrow-at-gmail.com> wrote:

















Hello C++ Meetup -











We haven't met for a while, so I think we should plan to get together again early in the new year. However, we need a topic and a presenter. If you have topic suggestions, or in particular if you are interested in presenting, please get in touch with me or with one of the other C++ meetup organizers so we can get it scheduled.















We are open to both beginner level material and more advanced material. I know there is interest in things C++11 related. I personally would be very interested to hear from anyone who has successfully migrated an existing codebase to C++11 and can share their experiences.















If no ideas are forthcoming, I might decide to present on something I've been working on recently if people seem interested enough:  https://github.com/acmorrow/error_or 















Thanks,




Andrew

























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