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KDAB at CppCon, Sept 23-29, 2018 and a 2-day post-conference training not to miss

KDAB is once again proud to be sponsoring CppCon, the annual, week-long gathering, organized by the C++ community for the C++ community. Kicking off with a Keynote from Bjarne Sjoustroup, and followed by a week of presentations, panels and Lightning Talks, social sessions and much more, CppCon is a rare treat in the C++ calendar for those lucky enough to be able to make it to Bellevue, Washington this Fall. To round off the week there’s a great opportunity to learn from one of the stars in the Qt / KDE community, KDAB’s David Faure. He’s offering a 2-day training on Debugging and Profiling C++ Code on Linux that will get you up-to-speed on finding and fixing bugs, and knowing which tool you need for the job.

  • How much of the time you spend writing C++ code is dwarfed by the time spent looking for bugs and improving performance?
  • Wouldn’t it be great to get an expert introduction to the various tools that can help you use that time more effectively?

The training is focused on native applications written in C++ under Linux, and is applicable to both desktop and embedded developers. Find out more and sign up…

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