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Is std::function really the best we can do?

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    Arnulfstrasse 83, 80634 München (map)

    48.146221 11.534336

  • Presenter: Lukas Bergdoll

    Abstract: There seems to be this complacent status quo concerning function delegates. If you know the type, store a lambda, otherwise you'll have to live with the associated overhead of using std::function.
    Join us exploring the topic of function delegates whilst using conventional as well as unconventional approaches in our search for better solutions.

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  • Thomas V.

    Will the slides be available after the talk? Would be very interesting .. because I cannot attend.

    January 12

  • Leif

    Most annoying thing about std::function is that it does not work with move-only types.
    Looking forward to seeing alternatives!

    January 11

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