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CfP for ACCU 2015

Posted by: Martin Moene on 13 August 2014 08:33:38 +01:00
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Keynote Speakers for ACCU 2015.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 16 July 2014 08:57:07 +01:00
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Videos of ACCU 2014 Conference on InfoQ.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 19 June 2014 18:47:34 +01:00
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May's C Vu Journal has been published.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 06 May 2014 20:15:47 +01:00
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April's Overload Journal has been published.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 07 April 2014 19:57:55 +01:00
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August's Overload Journal has been published.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 09 August 2014 10:07:33 +01:00
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July's C Vu Journal has been published.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 07 July 2014 20:20:45 +01:00
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June's Overload Journal has been published.

Posted by: Martin Moene on 02 June 2014 22:34:33 +01:00
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Slides, Photos, Blogs via #accu2014

Posted by: Martin Moene on 30 April 2014 22:55:07 +01:00
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The Ecumenical Programmer, by Steve Love

Posted by: Martin Moene on 03 March 2014 21:26:06 +00:00

What is ACCU? What is it about? What does it represent? What’s it for? When ACCU began, it was all about C and C++ – the latter in particular. It’s important to put it in it’s time to understand why: C++ was undergoing its first round of ISO standardisation. ACCU was an informal bridge between ‘users’ and ‘experts’ (although it’s impossible to make a clear distinction), and provided a platform for people to write and read about the latest developments in the C++ Standard. more...


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