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Last Minute Chance: IBM XIV User Group Meeting

Originally posted by: seb You have an IBM XIV or are interested in obtaining the tuning-hassle-free enterprise grid-scale storage system? Then this might be your last chance to register for this year's IBM XIV User Group Meeting in Mainz, Germany. This technical event is presented by...

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The View form the C++ Standard meeting April 2013 Part 2

Originally posted by: Michael Wong In part 1 of this trip report, I spoke about the general mood of the April C++ Std meeting in Bristol and the plan to release C++14 Committee Draft (CD) after the meeting. I also deep dived into the language feature set for C++14. Now I will deep...

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OpenMP 15th year Birthday at SuperComputing 12, Meeting C++ trip report and ISOCPP.org

Originally posted by: Michael Wong Happy Birthday OpenMP! About 15 years ago, the OpenMP ARB Corporation was incorporated as a Minnesota non-profit company. Not-many mains stream parallel language can make that claim. I think it was Bjarne who commented that new parallel languages get...

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The View (or trip report) from the July 2009 C++ Standard meeting (Part 2)

Originally posted by: Michael Wong One of the issue we were concerned about at this meeting was the intent to deprecate trigraphs. We wrote a paper indicating why we oppose this. This was reviewed in the Evolution Committee and many delegates accepted our position and need to support existing...

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The View (or trip report) from the July 2009 C++ Standard meeting

Originally posted by: Michael Wong Hello all, we are here in Frankfurt as part of the Canadian delegation. This is a momentous meeting. At this meeting, Concepts, the major feature of C++ 0x, which enables constrained genericity, or template argument prototyping, has been removed from the...

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The View (or trip report) from the Mar 2009 C++ Standard meeting

Originally posted by: Michael Wong Hi, all. I apologize for the lack of updates as an addition to the family has kept me hopping. But just as important is where is the C++ Standard, so here is the long delayed trip report. The C++ Meeting in Summit, NJ on Mar 1-6 was the first meeting we had...

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