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Google Developer Group (GDG) Zürich is a developer community aimed at Google developer technology, for developers by developers.

We are an open community where people meet like minded people and share experiences. Our community is open to all developers. The main focus of the community is Google's developer technology; everything from Android, App Engine, and Google Chrome platforms, to product APIs like the Maps API, YouTube API and Google Calendar API.

We meet monthly to talk about recent developments in Google technologies. The kind of meetups we do vary from just meeting for beer, to having presentations and hackatons to share practical knowledge.
You can also find us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/communities/107142112628085156329

Disclaimer: GDG Zürich is an independent group; our activities and the opinions expressed here should in no way be linked to Google, the corporation. To learn more about the GDG program, visit https://developers.google.com/groups/

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GDSC: Level up your C++ Code with Software Engineer at Meta

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C++ has been powering the tech sector for more than 3 decades, and it has evolved significantly to keep serving the industry’s needs. Over this evolution, the design of software has changed, giving birth to what many call Modern C++. But what is Modern C++?

In this event, we are joined by Francesco Zoffoli, Software Engineer at Meta and author of the book C++ Fundamentals, who will give a comprehensive overview of modern C++ and its most defining features, explaining why they improve over the existing practices and how these can be applied to your programs.

We’ll look at the novel approach to designing software that the latest C++ versions encourage. Through several examples, comparing the old ways with the new approach, we’ll see how the features introduced in C++11 and later simplify programs and makes them more correct and efficient.

The examples will cover features of the language, like move semantic and lambdas, as well as standard library additions, like smart pointers and variants. For all of them, we’ll see what are the underlying principles that make the modern approach better.

The talk is intended for anyone interested in C++ and/or software engineering and development. Moreover, no previous C++ knowledge is required.

Don't miss this chance to take your C++ skills and knowledge to the next level! 💻

If you wish to stay up to date with events, become part of our GDSC community (800+ members) by clicking the 'Join us' button at https://gdsc.community.dev/eth-zurich/

This is a hybrid event. Join the event virtually at https://gdg.community.dev/events/details/google-gdg-zurich-presents-gdsc-level-up-your-c-code-with-software-engineer-at-meta/

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ETH CAB Building, Room: G61 - Universitätstrasse 6 Zurich, 8006

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Francesco Zoffoli - Meta (Software Engineer)

Francesco Zoffoli is a professional Software Engineer, public speaker and book author, with experience in C++ and backend systems.
Author of the book “C++ Fundamentals”, passionate about programming languages, maintainable software and distributed systems, he has been using C++ throughout his career and personal projects. Graduated in 2016 at Politecnico di Milano with a MSc in Computer …

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Christof Büchi, GDG Organizer

Patrice Müller, Organizer

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Lukas Elmer, Senior Software Engineer

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Need for Explainable AI in Cybersecurity with Oracle

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Machine learning is increasingly applied in the cybersecurity domain in order to build solutions capable of protecting against attacks that escape rule-based systems. Attacks are nowadays constantly evolving, since adversaries are always creating new approaches or tweaking existing ones: it is thus not possible to rely exclusively on supervised techniques. This talk will focus on the role of anomaly detection techniques in real-world security applications, and how explainability is necessary in order to translate the anomalies detected by the system into actionable events.

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This is a hybrid event. Join the event virtually at https://gdg.community.dev/events/details/google-gdg-zurich-presents-need-for-explainable-ai-in-cybersecurity-with-oracle/

or in person at

ETHZ Zentrum Campus, Room TBD - Rämistrasse 101 Zurich, 8092

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Matteo Casserini - Oracle Labs

Matteo Casserini is a software architect and technical lead at Oracle Labs in Zurich, where he works on ML solutions for security applications since 2018. Before joining Oracle Labs, he held various positions in the e-commerce, fintech and risk management sectors. Matteo has a PhD in Probability from ETH Zurich and is passionate about machine learning, mathematical modeling and their many appl…

Hosted By

Christof Büchi, GDG Organizer

Patrice Müller, Organizer

Passioned Developer mobile developer

Lukas Elmer, Senior Software Engineer

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Complete your event RSVP here: https://gdg.community.dev/events/details/google-gdg-zurich-presents-need-for-explainable-ai-in-cybersecurity-with-oracle/.

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