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Getting Started with Open-Source Cross-Platform C++
Who's in for a C++ luncheon? On our November meeting, Sergey Dorodnic will explain and demonstrate how to get started with open-source cross-platform C++. CMake, Catch2, GitHub, CI etc. - they're in. Are you? Agenda: 12:00 to 12:30 - Pizza courtesy of Intel RealSense. Thank you Intel! 12:30 to 13:30 - Getting Started with Open-Source Cross-Platform C++ 13:30 to 13:45 - Wrap-up and raffle Abstract: This talk will offer a set of simple tools you may find useful when starting a C++ project. C++ is "no batteries included" language, so build-systems, libraries and frameworks do not receive much attention while being critical to real-life projects. We are going to build from scratch a cross-platform C++ library with unit-tests, GUI and possibly some python bindings, all using nothing but free and open-source tools. You will learn how to use CMake to build your code for Windows, Linux and Mac, how to set-up Continuous Integration environment in the cloud and more. Bio: Sergey Dorodnic is a software team-lead at Intel RealSense and the maintainer of https://github.com/IntelRealSense/librealsense . Sergey blogs about all things programming at http://dorodnic.com but has a special soft-spot for C++.

Lectures Auditorium - entry floor

Matam Building 23 · Haifa

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    The C++ language has seen a surge of activity over the last few years, involving the language itself, its ecosystem and the community. Haifa::C++ is a group for C++ developers who would like to expand their knowledge of the language, tools and related technologies. Our group meets once a month for a talk, mingling and hopefully some pizza ;)

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