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Tuesday, May 10 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
C++14 Dependency Injection Library with no overhead and compile time guarantee of object creation

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Although Dependency Injection is a popular concept in Java and C# it's not a first class citizen in C++. The reasons behind this are mostly related to the missing C++ features like reflection and popular believing that Dependency Injection will slow down the execution. Well, that could have been true a few years ago, however experimental Boost.DI is going to change this belief! During this lecture you will be exposed to main features of experimental Boost.DI, such as: - how it is possible to create objects without macros and reflection support? - how there is no performance overhead when using experimental Boost.DI? - how experimental Boost.DI provides a compile time guarantee when creating objects? - how experimental Boost.DI compiles so fast? - how experimental Boost.DI gives short error messages without using concepts? After this talk you would have a better understanding of the Dependency Injection and how C++14 made it possible!

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Kris Jusiak

Kris is a software engineer focused on modern C++ development, especially for embedded systems. He is currently working for King, making mobile games for living, whilst contributing to the open source community at his free time.

Tuesday May 10, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm
Flug Auditorium

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