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C++ London April Meetup
Featuring Barbara Geller and Ansel Sermersheim
Barbara and Ansel are the founders of the open source CopperSpice and Doxypress projects. They have also released several other BSD licensed C++ libraries. Both speakers have a plethora of years programming in C++ and various other computer languages. Barbara likes to write real programs and...c++ open-source undefined-behaviour
A Practical Approach to Error Handling
Featuring Arno Schödl
Every program may encounter errors, some originating from internal bugs in the program, others coming from the environment the program is operating in. Ignoring all errors will make the program utterly unreliable, while treating every conceivable one introduces lots of extra complexity with...c++ error-handling
Oliver Ddin: C++ 20 (Tentative) Features
Featuring Oliver Ddin
C++20 is edging closer to standardisation. In this talk we will cover the upcoming language features, briefly touch upon their chances of making it in and explore the options we have available to us today for playing with (or at least gaining experience) in taking advantage of them.programming-languages c++
Between linear and binary search
Featuring Denis Yaroshevskiy
There are a few algorithms (for example std::merge, std::unique) that could have used a binary search but do not since the results are close to the beginning most of the time. This talk goes through building a variation on the binary search that is well suited for these cases.functional mobile linear-search binary-search c++
A C++ template for decoupling the invocation of CUDA kernels from the nvcc compiler driver
Featuring Sola Aina
In the most common use case, CUDA kernels are called using a triple chevron syntax <<<>>> that specifies the kernel launch configuration (i.e. number of threads, thread blocks, shared memory use and stream identifier), in addition to the arguments to the kernel.functional cuda c++