Top JAOO 2003
White
 

CONFERENCE
SPEAKERS
SCHEDULE
TUTORIALS
TRACKS
MANAGER TRACK
WORKSHOPS/BOF's

SOCIAL EVENTS
IT-RUN

EXHIBITION
SPONSORS
CONVINCE YOUR BOSS

REGISTRATION
TRAVEL
HOTELS
AARHUS FACTS

LINKS
HOME

Archives
JAOO 2006
JAOO 2005
JAOO 2004
JAOO 2002
JAOO 2001
JAOO 2000
JAOO 1999

JAOO CREW


CONTACT JAOO
JAOO Conference
Scandinavian Center
Margrethepladsen 3
DK-8000 Aarhus C
Tel.:+45 87 32 87 87
Fax: +45 87 32 87 88
VAT: 25809149
jaoo@jaoo.dk


panel
  Line  

Speaker


Bjarne Stroustrup
Texas A&M University


Bjarne Stroustrup is the College of Engineering Professor in Computer Science at Texas A&M University. He is an AT&T Bell Laboratories Fellow and an AT&T Fellow. He is actively involved in the ANSI/ISO standardization of C++. Recipient of the 1993 ACM Grace Murray Hopper award. ACM fellow. Bjarne Stroustrup designed and implemented C++.
Picture of Bjarne  Stroustrup (Texas A&M University)


Presentation: "Generic programming in C++"

Monday 10:45 - 11:30, Conference Hall

Generic and generative programming are fashionable. C# and Java are growing generic extensions, there are metaprogramming dialects of Haskell and ML, and most novel C++ techniques rely on templates. The reason is simple: these techniques leads to code that is both type safe and more efficient than alternatives. Here, I trace the C++ usage from the earliest days through current libraries, to plausible future language extensions. Providing statically type safe containiers and outperforming qsort() with simpler code is important, but it is just the beginning.

Generic programming in C++ - (slides)

Please notice that the slides are password protected. You should have received an e-mail containing the required username and password.


Presentation: "Standardization from a C++ perspective"

Tuesday 13:00 - 13:45, Conference Hall

First, I'll try to give an impression of what standardization and standards are: How is standardization done? Who does standardization? Why? Who benefits? How? There is much more to the C++ standards process than the carricature of a few grey bureaucrats fighting over the placement of a comma in a document where nothing of practical importance ever changes. Secondly, I'll describe how the standards process is helping shape the future definition of C++ and describe likely directions of growth. The C++ standards committee aims to be agressive in the extension of the standard library while being relatively conservative with core language extensions.

Standardization from a C++ perspective - (slides)

Please notice that the slides are password protected. You should have received an e-mail containing the required username and password.


Presentation: "Panel discussion:CORBA vs. ICE and Standard vs. Innovation"

Wednesday 14:15 - 15:00 Conference Hall

Choosing to use any technology, such as a middleware technology like CORBA or ICE in a software project, has implications for parameters like:
* Application performance
* Productivity
* Portability
* Interoperability
* Vendor dependency and lock-in
* Availability of developers with knowledge about the technology
* Long term availability


How does ICE compare with CORBA on these parameters, and how important is the CORBA standard and other open, formal standards to software development ?
The discussion is headed by a unique collection of the worlds leading CORBA, ICE and distributed computing experts.
 
EOS
Oracle
SUN
SAP

Trifork EAS