What we’re about
Interested in C++ present and future? Want to improve your skills and knowledge - or just hang out with like-minded individuals?
This group is part of the worldwide network of C++ experts, professionals and amateurs who like to discuss the state of C++, what we can do with it, and how we can do it better. We welcome people from *all* parts of the community - very much including those that identify as minorities.
Our aim is to meet once a month with talks and potentially other activities.
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Our ground rules are documented in the Berlin Code of Conduct
Videos for many of the previous events can be found on our You Tube channel. Older videos are mostly hosted on the SkillsMatter site (you'll have to search for them - or individual URLS are given on the event pages here).
Upcoming events (1)See all
- (Fun)ctional C++ and the M-wordRipple Marketing, London, AL
After a few months break we're back to round out the year with Gašper Ažman - putting the Fun into Functional programming (allegedly). We also have a shorter talk from Antony Peacock on Vocabulary Types for Composite Class Design.
A big thanks to Ripple, who are hosting us again this month and will also be providing free food and drink. Thanks Ripple!
Note that, as as usual now, we'll need your full name for the door list and you should bring matching ID. We'll ask for the name when you register. This data will only be used for the door list and not published anywhere.
If you'd like to speak at a future event please get in touch at cppldn.uk/speak.
Here's the full schedule (subject to change):
19:00 "Intro and News" - Phil Nash
19:05 "A word from our hosts" - Ripple
19:10 "An Update on Vocabulary Types for Composite Class Design" - Antony Peacock
19:25 Pizza break
19:45 "(Fun)ctional C++ and the M-word"- Gašper Ažman
C++ is a multi-paradigm language. Procedural programming and object-oriented programming are very well supported, and as of C++23 there is decent support for generic programming. The functional programming paradigm, however, is only getting love recently.
About the speakers:
Gašper is the Chief Ecosystem Engineer at Citadel Securities, where he takes care of pollinators, flowers, and the code-biome.
Antony is a C++ software engineer with experience in video games, quantitative finance, and the low-latency trading domain.