Rcpp talk at Seattle RUG

December 7, 2011
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Thanks to Zach and the Seattle R User Group for the invitation.
Earlier this evening I gave a talk about R, C++ and our Rcpp
package, focussing on the why, how, what,
who, and “one more thing” higher-level aspects of extending R.
This was supposed to be an hour long, and with the examples at the end went a
little over, butat least nobody started to snore.

The slides are now up at the top of my presentations page.

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