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The typical use of C++ is compiling it ahead of time, and distributing it in binary form to end users. In this presentation we will explore the uncommon art of compiling C++ code on the end-user's system, where we cannot assume that the user has any knowledge of C++, the tools involved, or their own system.
In particular, we will look at a couple use-cases where this happens, look at the tools available to us to make this possible and the quirks of composing them, and finally peek at the bleeding edge technologies which will give us more solutions in the future.
Ryan Janson: BSc Software Engineering at Gothenburg University, Bleeding-edge C++ and Haskell enthusiast
17:00 - Doors open, mingling, food
17:45 - Compiling C++ on the end-user's system by Ryan Janson
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About the hosts
Zenseact’s purpose is to make safe and intelligent mobility real, for everyone, everywhere. We develop the complete software stack for ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) and AD (Autonomous Drive) - from sensing to actuation.
Self-driving cars, when real, is estimated to reduce fatal car accidents with more than 85%, saving more than 50,000 persons from dying in car accidents caused by human errors each year. We feel that is a goal worth pursuing!
We operate in Gothenburg, Sweden and Shanghai, China, proudly having brilliant engineers from all over the world - we have colleagues from 57 different nationalities to be exact! Zenseact’s first self-driving deployment will be launched on the next-generation vehicle platform from Volvo Cars.