QuoteOriginally posted by: ExSanQuoteOriginally posted by: CuchulainnIMO the best way to learn all this new C++ is to use the examples in cppreference.com and program until you are blue in the face. I reckon it takes about [300, 600] manhours to suss all this new stuff out.t [300, 600] manhoursI would say much more, if some one really wants to claim to know one of those new stuff, much more !!!Nope! It's the Pareto 20/80. 80% does 20% of the work and vice versa. It's like learning Italian by memorizing the dictionary. Syntax lawyer :DLife is not so fast as you might think, all those production systems running VC++ 6.0.... Many developers don't use templates. To be honest, porting a library like Quantlib to C++11 (and determining which C++11 features to use and why) would be a gargantuan job IMO.There are 10,000 throws in judo, but you need 5 to become Olympic champion.
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