This event was canceled
* * NOTE * * We are very sorry to be doing this at such a late date however all of our hosting companies are unavailable due to fears of the current health situation. This meeting is being postponed until further notice.
The C++ standard gives compilers room to optimize the code we write and in this session, we’ll explore how we can write code that exploits this power.
Our goal is to write code that is as clear as possible without ever compromising on performance and to unlock the best performance that the compiler can give us.
We’ll explore the inline keyword and its implications as well as copy elision and the return value optimization.
About the Speaker:
Jon Kalb does onsite training for teams that want to up their C++ game.
He has been programming in C++ for almost three decades and chairs C++Now, CppCon, the C++ Track of the Silicon Valley Code Camp, and the Boost Steering Committee. He also serves on the board of directors for the C++ Alliance.
Jon is a frequent speaker at local user groups and conferences, including C++ Russia, where he gave the keynote address in 2018 and C++Now where his talk on Exception-Safe Coding won Best Tutorial.