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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Talk in Redmond, WA, on May 20

On Tuesday, May 20, I'll be giving a talk at the Northwest C++ Users Group in
Redmond, Washingon. I'll be describing a fully compile-time mechanism for
enforcing arbitrary code constraints. It's an updated version of a talk I gave
at the Users Group last year and at the Software Development Conference earlier
this year. The current approach checks everything during compilation,
approximates support for contravariant constraints down an inheritance
hierarchy, and allows overloading on constraint sets. I think it's kind of
nifty.

Details are available at http://www.nwcpp.org/Meetings/2008/05.html . I hope to
see you there.

Scott