Two Sessions Accepted for C++ Now! 2014 (May 12-17, 2014)

I’m pleased to announce that two of my proposed sessions for C++ Now! 2014 have been accepted! I proposed three sessions to the conference: create a refactoring C++ tool in C++ with clang, test-driven development with Boost.Test and Turtle Mock, and automated acceptance testing with FitNesse. I would have been pleased if just one session were accepted and I’m quite happy that two sessions were accepted, even if it does mean a bunch of work for me. Both sessions will be workshop-oriented, meaning we’ll be looking at code and very few, if any, slides. Death to powerpoint! Long live the code!

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