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Friday, September 12 • 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Paying for Lunch: C++ in the ManyCore Age

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Concurrency is one of the major focuses of C++17 and one of the biggest challenges facing C++ programmers today. Hear what this panel of experts has to say about how to write concurrent C++ now and in the future.

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Herb Sutter

Software architect, Microsoft
Author, chair of the ISO C++ committee, software architect at Microsoft.

Speakers
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Pablo Halpern

Software Engineer, Intel Corp.
Pablo Halpern has been programming in C++ since 1989 and has been a member of the C++ Standards Committee since 2007. He is currently an enginneer at Intel Corp., where he works on high-performance computing. As the former chairman of the Parallel Programming Models Working Group at Intel, he coordinated the efforts of teams working on Cilk Plus, TBB, OpenMP, and other parallelism languages, frameworks, and tools targeted to C++, C, and Fortran... Read More →
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Jared Hoberock

Research Scientist, NVIDIA
Jared Hoberock is a research scientist at NVIDIA where he develops the Thrust parallel algorithms library and edits the Technical Specification on Extensions for Parallelism for C++.Website: http://github.com/jaredhoberock
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Artur Laksberg

Software Engineer, Microsoft
Artur Laksberg is a software design engineer at Microsoft. His interests include concurrency, programming language and library design, and modern C++. Artur is a regular participant in the work of the Concurrency Study Group in the ISO C++ Committee, serving as the editor of the Concurrency Technical Specification. He is one of the co-authors of the proposal to improve std::future (currently part of the Concurrency TS) and also a contributor to... Read More →
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Ade Miller

Ade Miller writes C++ for fun. He wrote his first N-body model in BASIC on an 8-bit microcomputer 30 years ago and never really looked back. He started using C++ in the early 90s. | | Recently, he's written two books on parallel programming with C++; "C++ AMP: Accelerated Massive Parallelism with Microsoft Visual C++" and "Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual C++". Ade spends the long winters in Washington contributing to the open... Read More →
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Gor Nishanov

Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
Gor Nishanov is a Principal Software Design Engineer on the Microsoft C++ team. He works on design and standardization of C++ Coroutines, and on asynchronous programming models. Prior to joining C++ team, Gor was working on distributed systems in Windows Clustering team.
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Michael Wong

OpenMP CEO/Architect, IBM/OpenMP
You can talk to me about anything including C++ (even C and that language that shall remain nameless but starts with F), Transactional Memory, Parallel Programming, OpenMP, astrophysics (where my degree came from), tennis (still trying to see if I can play for a living), travel, and the best food (which I am on a permanent quest to eat). | | Michael Wong is the CEO of OpenMP. He is the IBM and Canadian representative to the C++ Standard... Read More →


Friday September 12, 2014 2:00pm - 3:15pm
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