KDAB at Meeting C++ in Berlin November 12th - 14th
While this is also an in-person event, there is a substantial concurrent online program, so that high-class international speakers can easily contribute, and C++ enthusiasts unable to get to Berlin can still attend parts of it in real-time. Online talks are pre-recorded so that speakers can interact with attendees during the event.
On Day 3 in Track A-hybrid, KDAB’s Ivan Čukić will give the closing Keynote at 14:00. Ivan is a core KDE contributor and has been coding in C++ since 1998. Ivan also teaches modern C++ and functional programming at the University of Belgrade and wrote a very well-received book on the subject. His talks are always highly informative and entertaining.
On Day 2 at 17:00, also in Track A, KDAB’s Shivam Kunwar will be giving a talk on Optimizing Multithreaded Performance: Unveiling False Sharing and Harnessing Hardware Destructive Interference. Shivam has a deep-rooted interest and knowledge base in open source technologies, software performance, compilers, RISC-V, and modern C++. He also has a fascination for astronomy and particle physics.
Other highlights include Keynotes from:
- Kevlin Henney, a renowned trainer and speaker on technical topics
- KDE’s Lydia Pintscher, who brings a wealth of experience from her roles at KDE.
All in all, a prestigious and worthy event we hope you’ll attend also.
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