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Thierry Seegers: an event channel framework using lambda functions


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  • Leo B.

    Could someone please remind me the name of the company that was interested in hiring C++ programmers?

    April 25, 2014

  • Bernd M.

    Super interesting talk, well presented

    April 25, 2014

  • Thierry S.

    If we have time for it, I cooked up a crash presentation on a pet project I had been working on in the recent past. Lambdas and C++14 are involved, just not C++14 lambdas... :)

    The project was about coming up with an event channel framework that imposed as few constraints as possible to its users. In essence, could I write the following:

    void foo(int) {}
    void bar(int) {}

    channel c;
    c.subscribe(foo);
    c.subscribe(bar);
    c.send(22); // Call foo(22) and bar(22) on its own thread.

    Of course, I didn't stop at single-integer functions. :)

    April 22, 2014

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