Peter was so kind to jump in for our first talk of the year.
C++ programmers care about performance in every minute of their work-life. As a matter of fact, the central differentiating criterion for using C++ in a software project is speed almost exclusively.
But how do we measure it? What tools are out there to help us measure the performance for a given code snippet inside a larger project.
What tools are out there to judge the performance of new algorithms or of our collaborators recent contribution? In this talk I would like to address these questions and provide demonstrations and experience report from the field.
I'll discuss layman tools as well as open-source tools and finish with proprietary tools. With this talk, I hope to motivate a more vivid discussion in the C++ community on how we measure the speed of our implementations.
This will be an improved version of Peter's Meeting C++ 2017 talk. And you will be able to ask your questions afterwards!
Code of Conduct: https://dresden-code-of-conduct.org/de/
• Peter Steinbach "Modern Python Bindings"
• Andreas Schau "Investigation into Property Bindings"
• Christoph "Qt Handwerker
• Maik Lathan "Intro to the Qbs Build System"
• Andreas Reischuck "State of the Rebuild Language Project"
… Please talk to me for your proposal!