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Tuesday, September 22 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Writing Great Libraries in 89 Easy Steps

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Writing code that does what you want it to do, correctly and efficiently, is hard. Doing so when you don't even know yet what you want the code to do yet is quite a bit harder. Yet this is the job of a library writer -- the users of a library may have a very different use case from that of the original author.

How do library writers develop correct and efficient APIs that are also:

- easy to use correctly - hard to use incorrectly - highly reusable - gracefully interoperable with other code

This talk gives lots of practical advice and techniques for accomplishing those goals and more.

Speakers
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Zach Laine

Sr. Programmer, Nvidia
Zach Laine has been using C++ in industry for 12 years, focusing on data visualization, numeric computing, games, generic programming, and good library design. He finds the process of writing bio blurbs to be a little uncomfortable.


Tuesday September 22, 2015 3:15pm - 4:15pm
McClintock (404) Meydenbauer Center