The year is still fresh regarding conferences. Only a few have already taken place, some more are coming. Among them, I'm looking forward to this year's NDC (Norwegian Developers Conference) in Oslo June 14 - 16. It's a huge conference with one single purpose: software development. There are 7 to 8 sessions in parallel about various technologies and topics.
You can meet me there and listen to my talk Fast and Small - What are the Costs of Language Features. I'm really looking forward to this event.
You can find links to all my scheduled talks at my "Talks and Training" page. The slides will be available shortly after the respective talk.
I hope to see you in Oslo!
The schedule of this years ADC++ is available now and it looks quite promising to me. There are 20 different talks plus a keynote given by Nicolai Josuttis.
I will be there with two talks:
- In "Nutzen Sie die Macht der Programmiersprache", I will talk about what can be achieved by using the language correctly. Specifically distinguish between programming and programming. The content is mixed with pre and post C++1x items.
- "Schnell und klein - was kostet ein Sprachfeature" sets the focus what are the costs of the new features in C++1x. What saves you code-space or execution time. With just having C++98/03 for a long time we also had a long to time learn the costs. Now is the time to learn how lambdas, range-based for-loops and all the others perform.
Hope to see you there.
I'm pleased to announce that I will have two slots at this years ADC++ on May 16. and 17. at the Microsoft headquarter in Munich Germany.
I will talk about "Nutzen Sie die Macht der Sprache - Programmieren einmal anders" and "Schnell und klein - Was kostet ein Sprach-Feature".
As always, you can find links to all my scheduled talks at my "Talks and Training" page.
Stay tuned for more public presentations in 2017.
I hope to see you at ADC++.
As the title indicates, this is my first post at this blog. Its main purpose is to stay in touch with you. I will announce my public talks and training days at this place. Occasionally, I will bring up some programming related question or statement.
To support different notification mechanisms I've set up a twitter account. Blog post here will be reflected on twitter. For the time being, this is the only use of twitter I plan.
I'm @Andreas__Fertig at twitter.
Stay tuned for what is coming!