Two talk-related items:
- My seminar on using C++ in embedded systems, originally scheduled for
May 6 at OGI CPD (the Oregon Graduate Institute Center for Professional
Development), has been postponed due to some newly-cropped-up
scheduling conflicts. It will be rescheduled for sometime this summer.
- My talk next Wednesday on "Double-Checked Locking, Threads, Compiler
Optimizations, and More" at the Northwest C++ Users Group in Redmond,
WA, is still on. This is just a reminder. I gave this talk at the
Software Development Conference a couple of weeks ago, and I really do
think you'll find it interesting. There's just a lot going on under
the hood in a C++ program.
For details on all my upcoming talks (including those above), visit my
talks page: http://www.aristeia.com/seminars_frames.html