Lecturing “Creating Powerful Windows 8 Applications with C++/CX for WinRT” at the North Toronto User Group, June 4th, 2012
In addition to the lecture I’m giving at the “East of Toronto .Net User-Group”, of-which I wrote here a few days ago, I’ll be giving another lecture on June 4th, 6:30pm, at the “North Toronto .NET User Group” in the North York Central Library, Ontario @NorthTorontoUG, labeled: “Creating Powerful Windows 8 Applications with C++/CX for WinRT”.
C++ has been receiving new attention from Microsoft during the last few years.
Based on the newer C++ 11, the non-standard extension: C++/CX, is the language extensions used for WinRT development on the Windows 8.
C++/CX and C++ 11 new language features adopt many of the features we learned to appreciate on the C# language over the years, but has the full power of the C++ language.
In this session we will get to know the newer Visual Studio 2011 (Beta), go over C++ 11 language features and see how to build WinRT applications with C++/CX.
If programming in C++/CX for Windows 8 interests you, I’ll be glad to see you in the session.
For more details, please see the event information here.
See you there!
Posted on April 30, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged .Net, 2010, C#, C++ 11, C++/CX, Canada, Microsoft, North Toronto User Group, Sela, User Group, Windows 8, WinRT. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.