What we're about

The aim of this place is to bring people together, for C++ interested parties and enthusiasts, from C++ newbies to C++ veterans, for everyone who likes C++, particularly in Stockholm but also in Sweden.

For our meetups, additional to the meetup rules, we apply the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/) and we share the values of include-cpp (https://github.com/include-cpp/include).

Additional information about us and the other C++ user groups in Sweden can be found on the SwedenCpp homepage (https://www.swedencpp.se/) .

Upcoming events (2)

The unplanned @Paradox: The State of Package Management in C++

Welcome! We were already afraid there will be no meetup for us this month, but thanks to Mathieu will have a meetup in February with an exciting main topic! Thanks a lot to Paradox Interactive (https://www.paradoxinteractive.com/) for hosting this meetup! We are looking forward visiting this, for us, new location and learn more about a leading global publisher of strategy games for PC! OBS: Hard limit of 50 seats, please take your RSVP serious and keep the status up to date! The main topic for the evening: --- * Mathieu Ropert The State of Package Management in C++ Package management was considered one of the hottest and crucial topics in the last 2 years. In 2017, Bjarne Stroustrup himself said this was a something we needed to solve to keep students interested in C++. Where do we stand today, in 2019? Join me for a tour of the topic, including: * A look at which tools we currently have, with a focus on Conan and VCPKG * What challenges we still have to overcome * How you can make your software easier to package and reuse Mathieu is a French C++ expert working on (somewhat) historical video games. Decided to upgrade his compiler once and has been blogging about build systems ever since. Past speaker at CppCon, Meeting C++ and ACCU. Used to run the Paris C++ User Group. Currently lives in Sweden. --- Additional: --- Lightning talk by Stefan Petersen: Book review of "Real-Time C++, second edition" by Christopher Kormanyos. --- More details to come .... Väl mött!

Pi Day: Fuzzying + modernized a C++ toolchain with Clang and Conan

We will celebrate the Pi Day 2019 at the wonderful Foo Café, http://foocafe.org/. Thanks a lot Foo Café for hosing us again, you are awesome! Please register with Foo Café for food and drink : http://foocafe.org/stockholm/events/2168-pi-day-fuzzying-modernized-a-c-toolchain . If you want to bring guests, non members of this group can also only register via the Foo Café site! I am very happy being able to announce this interesting and exciting program: 17:30: Doors open 18:00 - 18:15: Meet & Great, Intro 18:15 - 18:45: Fuzzing for developers 18:45 - 19:30: Meet & Eat 19:30 - 20:30: Modernizing Plex C++ toolchain with Clang and Conan. 20:30 - 21:00: Fade out The program in details: ----- Paul Dreik: Fuzzing for developers Fuzzing is a method for generating interesting inputs to programs. It is an important tool for finding security holes. Lots and lots of critical bugs have been found and mitigated using services like oss-fuzz. We will go through what the fundamental problems are and learn how to set up fuzzing for an example project as a complement to other testing. Paul is a senior C++ developer working as an independent consultant. He has a background in automatic control and robotics. His interests are software quality, security and mathematical programming. ----- ----- Tobias Hieta : Modernizing Plex C++ toolchain with Clang and Conan. This talk will walk you through how Plex modernized their C++ toolchain with the help of Conan dependency manager and the Clang compiler. The Plex Media Server ships on many different platforms and architectures and that created a lot of interesting problems. Tobias is the team lead for Developer tools at Plex, he is also the co-host of the Swedish programming podcast Kodsnack. ----- Väl mött!

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