C++ is at the core of most of the world's most important software systems. From embedded and mobile devices, via desktop OSs and browsers to cloud servers and the world's networking infrastructure. From medical devices to fighter jets and spaceships. Modern C++ is evolving at a fast pace and is a long way from the young language it was in the 1990s. This is a group for anyone interested in C++. All skill levels are welcome. We are planning a mix of beginner friendly talks, expert advice, trip-reports, committee-updates and everything betwixt.
We're a product of the community, so we need people from all backgrounds to take their turn at the front. Come give a talk, just fill in this form and we'll be in touch! https://goo.gl/forms/9v6A30sxwye3uJvk2
We will host the most appropriate talk: "Rust - System Programming Language - An introduction for C/C++ programmers" by Dan Aloni, a system developer with a broad experience in Rust development. After the talk, we will have our `Show and Tell` session, so prepare your favorite snippet talks! :)
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18:50 Gathering and socializing 19:00 Welcome notes, Adi Shavit 19:15 Rust - System Programming Language - An introduction for C/C++ programmers, Dan Aloni 20:30 Show and Tell :: :: ::
* Rust - System Programming Language - An introduction for C/C++ programmers, Dan Aloni *
In this talk, we will go over the highlights of the Rust language, with examples comparing to C/C++.
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Dan Aloni has broad experience in a wide range of languages, including Rust. He is a systems developer and Linux kernel hacker. (http://aloni.org) :: :: ::
* Show and Tell *
In this section, you'll be able to present a slide/picture/code snippet and talk about it.
This is a great way to practice communicating an idea in 5 to 10 min and to share your thoughts. Feel free to get creative! :)