C++ has evolved from C and has been around as an official standard since the 90s. It's still widely used in computer applications where control and performance are the key. It is now more widely used due to the growth of embedded systems and their complexity.
Many of you have been using C++ the way they might have learned at university. But a lot of things have changed, especially in the last 10 years, adopting concepts from other languages and modern programming concepts.
In this video, you will be taken for a condensed journey through C++ evolution, showcasing some of the modern concepts and some things, which should be left to history, with clear examples of applications for the different versions.
Interested in learning about the evolution of C++ throughout the ages?
This webinar was hosted by Tomas and Henk, consultants in the Software division at Nalys.
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