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Meeting C++ online is a series of virtual events organized for the C++ community. It is a new online community that meets face to face online by providing a set of online events.

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Meeting C++ online is hosted under the Berlin Code of Conduct

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Daisy Hollman - What you can learn from being too cute: why you should write code that you should never write

Date: 02. November 2021

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Our monthly meeting features Daisy Hollman talking about What you can learn from being too cute: why you should write code that you should never write!

Agenda
19:00 Socializing / Get to know Hubilo
19:30 Welcome message
20:00 Talk
21:xx - Socializing / End

Details:

During the COVID-19 global pandemic, as we all searched for ways to stay connected to the C++ community, I innocently started posting short, 25-line or less C++ snippets of counterintuitive C++ code that I called my "Cute C++ trick of the day." I was floored by the amount of attention these tweets received, with some being viewed more than 30,000 times and liked or retweeted hundreds of times. I received repeated requests to collect these tricks into a library or talk, and this is that talk.

In this presentation, I will dissect a few of my most popular "Cute C++ tricks" to a level of detail not possible on social media platforms like Twitter. I'll talk about how and why these tricks work the way they do, talk about the dark corners of C++ they touch upon, and talk about what you should actually do if you need to produce the same effect in production code. While not targeted at beginners, these tricks span the gauntlet from features that most intermediate programmers are aware of (but never thought to use in a particular way) to dark corners of the language that many of my C++ committee colleagues were surprised to learn about. Throughout it all runs a common thread: learning how to exploit your own curiosity to expand your toolbox, gain a better grasp of the fundamentals of C++, and ultimately, become a better programmer.

Last event

October - Using C++20 Coroutines for Asynchronous Parsers

Date: 21. October 2021

Our monthly meeting features Andreas Reischuck talking about Using C++20 Coroutines for Asynchronous Parsers!

Agenda
19:00 Socializing / Get to know Hubilo
19:30 Welcome message
20:00 Talk
21:xx - Socializing / End

Details:
C++20 Coroutines are one of the big new features, which are a bit hard to understand.
This talk will try to boost our understanding of coroutines.

Outline:
We start of with an introduction to parsers and why we may want an asynchronous parser.
Motivated by this, we will try to use C++20 Coroutines to implement a simple parser.
As C++ lacks library support for Coroutines, we use most of the time for this.

The talk will have slides to introduce and visualize some concepts.
For the hands on we will do live coding.

Please pray to the live coding gods and watch out for typos.

Online C++ tool fair

On the evening of November 10th Meeting C++ hosts an online tool fair. Come to talk and ask questions to various tool vendors or book authors, watch demos and exchange with other attendees from the C++ community.

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