Sunday, March 03, 2013

DDS Programming using Modern C++

I'm not the only one who agrees that C++ is the awesomest language for network programming. Raw network programming, however, is very low-level and leads to many distractions that reduce productivity. Networking middlewares provide higher-level network programming models while taking care of many accidental complexities that would otherwise likely to plague your distributed system. One such standards-based networking middleware is Data Distribution Service (DDS) and now there is a modern C++ binding for programming high-performance distributed real-time systems using DDS. The API is now finalized by the Object Management Group (OMG) and is known as the DDS-PSM-Cxx standard.

I have two upcoming talks on the DDS-PSM-Cxx. One is in the San Francisco Bay Area and another in Aspen (Yes, C++ Now'13!) . Find out what DDS-PSM-Cxx is about and what will be covered in the talks in this new blog post on DDS Programming using Modern C++.

3 comments:

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Narasing said...

Fantastic post and great sight with really finer points of C++ programming. I have immensely enjoying going through all your blog posts.

Thank you!! I would love to see some presentation or article /blog post/write up on shared memory programming in C++(boost, poco or whatever else). Hope you can

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I think C++ has lost its craze from people ever since Java came into picture. Who wouldn't like to go with the most advanced programming language?

Regards,
Silvester Norman