What we're about

Interested in C++ present and future? Want to improve your skills and knowledge - or just hang out with like-minded individuals?
This group is part of the worldwide network of C++ experts, professionals and amateurs (https://meetingcpp.com/usergroups/) who like to discuss the state of C++, what we can do with it, and how we can do it better. We welcome people from *all* parts of the community - very much including those that identify as minorities.

Our aim is to meet once a month with talks and potentially other activities.

If you'd like to present please fill out this simple form. (http://cpplondon.org/speak)

Our ground rules are documented in the Berlin Code of Conduct (http://berlincodeofconduct.org/)

Videos for many of the previous events can be found on our You Tube channel (http://cppldn.uk/videos). Older videos are mostly hosted on the SkillsMatter site (https://skillsmatter.com/skillscasts) (you'll have to search for them - or individual URLS are given on the event pages here).

Upcoming events (1)

February Meetup (details coming ...)

Needs a location

This month we have a collection of shorter talks. We're still gathering the details and will update here, shortly. We may have some room for another short talk or two, so let us know at cppldn.uk/speak if you do.

This month's event is hosted by Ripple.

Venue details to come ...

19:00 "Intro and News" - Phil Nash

19:15 Talk 1

19:45 break

20:00 "Compiling C++: {fast,correct} you want both" - Marcin

C++ is a powerful programming language that enables developers to create highly efficient software. However, the process of building and testing C++ code can be time-consuming, especially for larger codebases. In this talk, we will provide an overview of build tools such as Make and Bazel and explore the various techniques they use to manage the build and test process for C++ code

20:30 Talk 3

21:00 conclusion

-- About the speakers

Marcin is a software engineer at Apple, where he works on build tooling. Prior to joining Apple, he contributed to the development of Buck, Facebook's build system, which was used to build the company's mobile and backend repositories. Before that, Marcin was involved in porting Chromium's C++ codebase to Android.

Past events (54)

Kona ISO C++ Meeting Trip Report and Electronic Trading

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