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25 - 27 February 2020 // Nuremberg, Germany

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C++ modernization

LOGO_C++ modernization

C++ modernization

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New releases of the C++ language maintain incredibly strong backwards compatibility, making it easy to keep older C++ code working properly as standards march forward. This makes C++ an unusually safe choice over commonly used programming languages but it also comes with inherent risk: Codebase stagnation.

Avoiding new C++ features means developers won't be using more easily remembered, more consistent, more maintainable, better performing, and less error-prone constructs. The compiler will be hampered from generating improved code optimizations and offering more meaningful clues to undiscovered bugs. There may also be the need to avoid, rewrite or work around software libraries that now require C++11/C++14/C++17 support.

Migration work is never fun - it's meticulous, detailed and time consuming. More importantly, it doesn't focus on your differentiation. Considering the number of hours it takes engineers to learn through trial-and-error how to modernize your C++ projects, using KDAB is a great way to save on time and money.

Don't wait to take full advantage of KDAB's broad, deep experience in delivering cost-effective, long-term, pragmatic solutions that modernize existing C++ codebases, without losing functionality during the process. Contact us to find out how we can help you with your C++ modernization:   

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