Welcome to C++ Stockholm 0x0E,
I am happy to announce that, with Foo Café Stockholm, we have a new venue sponsor!
Please register with Foo Café for food and drink http://foocafe.org/stockholm/events/1946
And I am sure that we will meet there more often in future. Thanks to http://foocafe.org/ for having us! Please read to the end for more information.
I am also happy about the second announcement, our special guest Ólafur Waage.
Ólafur is the organizer of the Malmö C++ User Group. I am very happy that he visits us here in Stockholm.
The schedule is as followed:
[masked] – Meet & Greet[masked] – Ólafur Waage: We are all C++ teachers[masked] – Meet & Eat[masked] – Lightning talks special
20.15- ……. – Q&A
The doors will be open from 17:30.
The program in detail:
*Ólafur Waage: We are all C++ teachers
Explaining an idea is hard. This difficulty grows exponentially the more people you need to talk to. This talk will focus on my journey in learning C++ and then teaching it to others. Touching on things like being a student at University, opening my Twitter DM's to the world, showing common pitfalls in the language and how we can approach others when we want to explain a complex subject.
Ólafur Waage, a native Icelander that has lived in Sweden for the past 4 years. A Senior Programmer at Ubisoft Massive on the Uplay PC Backend Team. Before he was a Developer in the Air Traffic Control industry. Lover of games, music and puzzles.
* *Lightning talks:* *
As an appetizer for our lightning talk raffle we will have some lightning talks.
(Order of the talks might change)
-Arvid Norberg : The C++ abstract machine
-Björn Fahller: My favorite memory leak
-Fadi Bitar: Developer Experience (DX): Extending UX principles to developers
-Harald Achitz: Some fun with the , operator
* *Lightning talk raffle:* *
This is an idea we copy from Core C++, the C++ User group of Mevasserat Ziyyon.
Thanks to Adi Shavit for sharing this idea with us and sending us 10 fortune cookies.
Each cookie contains one of the following topics:
1. Horror Story / A Nasty Bug I Had
2. A Cool [Non-GoF] Design Pattern
3. What [I wish] My Mentors [Had] Told Me
4. Good/Bad Interview Questions
5. Book/Video Recommendations
6. A Cool/Interesting Algorithm
7. A Little Known C++ Feature (class enum, override, final, delegating ctors...)
8. Coding Style Guide: My [Company's] Recommendations
9. Debugging Tips
10. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace ____________
The idea is to find 10 volunteers. Each takes a fortune cookie and gets therefore one of the topics randomly assigned.
We than prepares the talks for a future meetup (October or November).
Note: Volunteers may change topics in between or use any other topic if the selected one does not fit.
It worked great in Mevasserat Ziyyon, so I think we should also be possible to do this in Stockholm!
This is also a great opportunity for every one who wants to give a talk but misses a topic.
For attending this event you do not need to be a member of meetup, you can also register on the FooCafé site.
(Exact url follows)
The way to FooCafé:
1) T, Gullmarsplan, walk ~15 min
2) Tvärbanan 22 Mårtensdal, walk 3 min
(you can change at Gullmarsplan to 22)
3) T, Skanstull, 7 min walk
Go up, to the left side of Götgatan when you go to south
before going on the bridge, left down the stairs to the walking bridge,
cross the walking bridge and than down the first stairs to Hammarby kaj