Mittwoch, 23. Januar 2019

Februar Vorträge zu Lambdas und Variants

Hallo Leute,

ein gesundes, frisches und erfolgreiches Jahr wünschen wir euch!

Nachdem wir den Januar Kater hinter uns gelassen haben, starten wir im Februar mit gleich zwei Kurzvorträgen auf deutsch.

Λάμδα, Lambda by Sigfrid Lundberg CC BY-SA 2.0  

Tobias startet mit "Lambdas - Überblick und Erfahrungen". Eine kurze Einführung und Erfahrungsbericht zu Lambdas und praktischen Tools für ein besseres Verständnis.

Ich werde im zweiten Vortrag einen kurzen Abriss zur aktuellen Diskussion um std::variant geben.

Nach jedem Vortrag wird es ein Fragerunde geben.

Datum: Donnerstag, 14. Februar 2019
Start: 20:00
Ende: 22:00 - die Bar bleibt offen
Ort: Studentenclub Wu5, August-Bebel-Straße 12, 01219 Dresden

Bitte ladet alle Kollegen, Freunde und Bekannte ein, die Ihr trefft!


Für März suchen wir noch einen Vortragenden.

Talk Queue:

  • Uwe: / VcPkg
  • Rene: Ranges
  • Paul: Concepts
  • Tom: Embedded C++

Samstag, 24. November 2018

Christmas Launch Meeting 2018

Hello C++ Followers,

a successful year for C++ and for our local usergroup has passed.
Let us celebrate this in a cozy get-together, without the pressure of a talk.
voice INTER connect will generously sponsor us a warm and dry location and provide us with some seasonal drinks - say Glühwein (hot wine punch) and more…

Wating for Santa (CC BY 2.0)
Feel free to share your C++ experiences of the year. May there be some personal highlights, your favorite new book, talk from Meeting C++ or a video CppCon or other conferences.
You may also get inspired to give your first talk at our usergroup in 2019.

Date: Thursday, 13. December 2018
Start: 19:00
End: 21:30
Place: voice INTER connect GmbH, Ammonstraße 35, 01067 Dresden (follow the signs)


Please support the meetup by joining our group at

Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2018

November Talk: René Richter "any optional variant: C++17 vocabulary types"

Hello lifelong C++ Learners,

René Richter will give his talk at our traditional location the Wu5 student club for our November meetup.
He will answer the questions:
"How did we get there and how to use them?"

Every programming languange comes with a system for data and types, static or dynamic, strict or relaxed.
To understand where we did come from might affect our ability to go on in with modern C++.
In 2017 optional<T>, variant<Ts...> and any were introduced.
The (short) presentation is intended to start a discussion around:
  • How do these vocabulary types fit into the type system? 
  • Is the type system now complete? 
  • What about the proposed Expected<T,E> and other ways to return function results / exceptions in future versions of C++? 
Please feel invited to join the discussion afterwards.

Date: Thursday, 8. November 2018
Start: 20:00
End: 22:00
Place: Studentenclub Wu5, August-Bebel-Straße 12, 01219 Dresden


Please think about giving your first or next talk in 2019!
If you need ideas, talk to me!