Montag, 13. November 2017

November Vortrag „Mehr Hirn im Team, bitte“ Torsten Weber

Gemeinsam mit der WDCM geht es diesmal mehr um die geistigen Aspekte der Zusammenarbeit im Team von Torsten Weber.

Abstract:

Empathie galt lange als eine Wunderwaffe. Langsam kommen immer mehr Zweifel an dem Allheilmittel auf und nicht nur an diesem. Von „Human Ressource“-Objekten zurück zu Subjekten, Menschen mit unterschiedlichen Charakteren, Argumente für die Herausbildung einer guten Begegnungskultur im Privaten und Geschäftlichen: Ein Vortrag, in dem aus psychologischer und neurobiologischer Sicht herausgearbeitet wird, wie die Mitglieder eines Teams die in ihnen angelegten Potentiale endlich entfalten können. Etwas, was der Wettbewerb nicht kopieren kann.
Gleichzeitig macht der Vortrag mit den Augen eines Profilers etwas mehr immun gegen die Fallen und Gefahren der „Psychoknoten“ im Hirn, der Energie-Vampire, der emotionalen Erpresser, der Neurotiker und Psychopathen – alles was einem das Leben selbst und das anderer schwer macht. Wie man sein Gehirn optimal nutzt zeigt Lösungsmöglichkeiten dafür, ebenso, wie Heranwachsende und Erwachsene in einer begeisterungslos gewordenen Gesellschaft Offenheit, Gestaltungslust und Entdeckerfreude wiederfinden können.

Die Eckdaten:

Termin: Dienstag, 14. November 2017
Beginn: 19:00 Uhr
Ende: Offen
Ort: Slub Dresden, Zentralbibliothek, VortragssaalZellescher Weg 18, Dresden

Bis morgen
Andreas Reischuck

Dienstag, 10. Oktober 2017

October Presentation: Stefan Zimmermann "CareFREE objects"

Hello coding fellows,

An unnamed master once said: "CareFREE shall thy objects be!"

Alternative title:
My 2nd attempt to create yet another managed programming framework for C++
Abstract:
Have you ever wished that C++ would be more like Python? - It solves simple coding tasks in extremely simple ways, but offers an also very exciting meta-programming playground when you need it?
New C++ standards push C++ in that direction, but I wanted to go a bit further. Inspired by NVIDIA's approach in their Scenix (originally NVSG) library. After I failed on the first attempt, I came up with a working solution.
I would like to present this approach and start a general discussion about this idea. Maybe we can make the C++ world a bit better.

Date: Thursday, 12. October 2017
Start: 20:00
End: 21:30 (continued discussions with a beer)
Place: Studentenclub Wu5, August-Bebel-Straße 12, 01219 Dresden

We can offer you 11 talking slots next year! First come first served!
If you are unsure, please ask me for advice.

CareFREE coding!
Andreas

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Montag, 4. September 2017

September Presentation: "Improve your C++ with inspirations from other languages"

Hello C++ Fanatics,

Abstract:
Did you master all of C++? Learnt all the features, read all the proposals and crave for more?
This is the talk for you and everybody who is just curious to learn some complementary features.
Many attempts were tried to defeat C++ with new languages, but C++ is only getting stronger.
New C++ features are sometimes a bit late, but we learnt by the success and mistakes of the other languages.
That way we got the fastest and best lambda implementation.
In this talk, I will collect desirable features of other programming languages and frameworks.
The goal is not to create new C++ proposals, but to understand the potentials and try them with current C++.
I will give the presentation in English.

Date: Thursday, 14. September 2017
Start: 20:00
End: 21:30 (continued discussions with a beer)
Place: Studentenclub Wu5, August-Bebel-Straße 12, 01219 Dresden

We still need an October talk or we will have to skip the month.

Happy coding!
Andreas

Please support us by joining our meetup group: https://www.meetup.com/cpp-ug-dresden
Feel free to distribute this invitation to everybody who likes to extend his programming portfolio.