Past Meetup

Distributed C++ meetup Stockholm && London, hosted by King

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Stockholm 0x07:
2 cities, 2 time zones, 2 meetup groups, 1 meetup.

This might be the worlds first distributed C++ meetup simultaneously in 2 European cities connected via a live video stream.

SwedenCpp (https://www.meetup.com/swedencpp), the C++ developer community of Stockholm, and C++::London (https://www.meetup.com/CppLondon) together in one meetup.

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

Join us to listen to 1 hour of C++ lightning talks from Stockholm followed by 1 hour of C++ lightning talks from London.

People in London can listen live to the talks in Stockholm
People in Stockholm can listen live to the talk in London.

Please note the time difference between Stockholm and London and, therefore, the different schedules!

Schedule for Stockholm:

17:30 - 18:00 Welcome

18:00 - 19:00: Pizza, drinks and socializing

19:00 - 20:00: Stockholm speaking, London watching

20:00 - 21:00: London speaking, Stockholm watching

Schedule for London:

17:30 - 18:00 Welcome

18:00 - 19:00: Stockholm speaking, London watching

19:00 - 20:00: London speaking, Stockholm watching

20:00 - 21:00: Pizza, drinks and socializing

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The program in detail
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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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Attention!

For this conference at King (https://discover.king.com/) we need to produce access cards for you.
Therefore it is required that we have your full name, meetup nicknames do not work.

If we do not have your name until monday 23th of October (12:00) then we can not produce an access card for you and you will not be able to attend this meetup.

Visit also the announcement of C++::London (https://www.meetup.com/CppLondon/events/243386512/)