The major topics covered involved how to use templates, explicit partialization, and partial specialization to make C++ code more secure so that errors are found at compile-time instead of run-time. A lot of the discussion revolved around ideas discussed in the book Modern C++ Design by Andrei Alexandrescu and focuses on more examples of how to use generic programming to solve problems and tighten code.
In the near future I may post a few things I learned or had "aha!" moments about. As for now, I'm tired and need to get ready for tomorrow.
Cross-posted at Code.Implant.