Our next meetup will be sponsored by Corvil (https://www.corvil.com/) in their Dublin office, who have kindly offered to provide food and drinks for everyone.
Our aim is to continue delivering high quality technical content, so get ready for another CPPDUG Monday evening, where we'll have the following talks:
1. "SIMD comparison instructions" by André Tupinambá (45 min)
Abstract: Every SIMD code sample is the same: matrix multiplication. And indeed, SIMD instructions are a huge improvement for mathematical calculations. Linear algebra, FFT, signal processing, cryptography all have extensive use of SIMD. However, there are several SIMD instructions for different operations. This talk is about SIMD comparison instructions and how to use them. We will show these instructions in well known algorithms like binary search, n-way tree search and an ASCII to_lower implementation.
2. "Writing Linux FileSystem4Fun Part2: Short story of Pages and VirtualMemory" by Maciej Grochowski (45 min)
Details: This will be a follow-up to Maciej's previous talk from May: https://www.meetup.com/cppdug/events/250608496/
Our meetups are open to everyone and we welcome and support diversity. Any form of harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated and we will investigate any reports of such activities and take any action required to prevent them from recurring. Our code of conduct is available here https://cppdug.github.io/codeofconduct and we encourage anyone to share any concerns with the organisers.