MAJ terminée. Nous sommes passés en version 14.6.2 . Pour consulter les "releases notes" associées c'est ici :

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# [v21.05](
A third training session is given in [May 2021](, under a slightly different format due to Covid 19 crisis: 5 half days in visio and no TP during the sessions.
There are 4 lecturers for this session:
- Laurent Steff [^sed-saclay]
- Sébastien Gilles [^sed-saclay]
- Vicente Mataix-Ferrandiz [^sed-paris]
- Vincent Rouvreau [^sed-saclay]
There were more substantial changes in the lecture; the TPs were however left untouched.
## Docker and Jupyter
- Notebooks may be run through BinderHub.
- Addition of Docker images to run the notebooks.
- Streamlining of existing Docker images.
- All Docker images may now be created through the Gitlab Web interface with CI/CD.
- Jupyter-lab is now used instead of vanilla Jupyter.
## Notebooks
- The notebook related to inheritance has been heavily refactored and ultimately split in two notebooks: one for inheritance and the other for polymorphism.
- A new notebook to present `constexpr` has been added; content from another notebook related to `static` for local variables has been moved there as well.
- New notebook in appendix about `std::string_view`.
- All notebooks have been reread and amended, with few content added here and there (including few sparse remarks about C++20).
## Miscellaneous
- A _CONTRIBUTING.md_ file was added explaining the workflow for contribution; a commit hook was also created to avoid committing a notebook with cells
# [v20.03](
A second training session was given in [March 2020]( but was ultimately interrupted in its middle by the Covid 19 shutdown. The lecturers were the same as for v19.05 below.
The (relatively minor) modifications were:
- Cleaning-up of all notebooks.
- Reorganization of the TP, which was deemed too bulky in the first training session.
# [v19.05](
Current lecture was given for the first time in [May 2019]( by Sébastien Gilles [^sed-saclay] and Vincent Rouvreau [^sed-saclay].
# [Original lecture](
This tutorial is heavily inspired from a C++ tutorial created by David Chamont (CNRS) that was given as a lecture with the help of Vincent Rouvreau (Inria SED [^sed-saclay] Saclay) in 2016.
This original version was in French and didn't use Jupyter notebooks; the bulk of the lecture is in the project [wiki](
[^sed-saclay]: [Center Inria Saclay-Ile-de France]( - SED[^sed]
[^sed-paris]: [Center Inria Paris]( - SED[^sed]
[^sed]: SED is an acronym meaning _Experimentation and Development Department_; there is one such department per [Inria]( center.
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