Past Meetup

Distributed C++ meet-up - London && Stockholm - hosted by King

This Meetup is past

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King

The Ampersand Building 178, Wardour Street, WC1B 3AA · London

How to find us

Just off Oxford Street, close to Tottenham Court Road tube station

Location image of event venue

Details

This might just be the worlds first distributed C++ meet-up! We'll be running simultaneously in two European cities - connected via a live video stream.

Thanks to King (https://discover.king.com/) for sponsoring and hosting this month's event - as well as doing all the hard work to make the video sync happen!

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Attention!

For access to King's offices we'll need access cards produced. Therefore we'll require your full name - meetup.com nicknames will not be sufficient. You'll be asked for this when you register here.

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So, C++ London will be joined by SwedenCpp (https://www.meetup.com/swedencpp/events/243386213/), the C++ developer community of Stockholm, for an evening of lightning talks from both locations.

Note the different location from normal, as well as an earlier start time (mostly due to timezone issues). We've tried to organise things to minimise any inconvenience - for example Stockholm will have their pizza and drinks at the start, whereas we'll do it at the end.

So here's the schedule:

17:30 Pre-session networking and getting that good seat at the front

18:00 Lightning talks from Stockholm video stream

19:00 Lightning talks in London (streamed to Stockholm)

20:00 Socialising with pizza and drinks, c/o King

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The program in detail

(order subject to change)
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The Stockholm lightning talk series:
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Jean Guegant: Opening
Björn Fahller: A variant of recursive descent parsing
Mikael Rosbacke: Statecharts classbased
Simon Pettersson: The type factory
Paul Dreik: What is this std::forward thing?
Björn Fahller: Exceptional type safety
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The London lightning talk series:
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Phil Nash: Brief intro from London
Dominic Jones: Reflecting on names - Facilitating expression tree transforms
Phil Nash: A Composable Command Line Parser
Tom Breza & Tristan Brindle: C++ London University
Ian Sheret: Automatic differentiation in C++
Andrew Gresyk: Effective Screening Interviews
Jamie Taylor: Beyond SSO: The Merits of Fixed-Length String
Vittorio Romeo: You Must Type It Three Times
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