[We're at a very convenient location again this time: Downtown Mountain
Ali will present a shorter version of his DConf 2016 talk:
D's fibers (coroutines in other languages) are not a part of the
language but a feature implemented by the D runtime.
This talk should be fairly accessible to new programmers even without a
CS background as it will explain the function call stack as well as
context registers, concepts necessary to understand how fibers are
useful at all.
As always, bring all other D questions and comments...
Ali Çehreli has been working with C, C++, and D in Silicon Valley since
1996. He is the author of the book "Programming in D", a board member of
The D Language Foundation, and an organizer of DLang and ACCU meetup
groups in Silicon Valley.