C++ -> Structured logging & Concurrency - how to get in trouble

Sep 19, 2017 · Wrocław, Poland

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We would like to invite you to the next 25th Level Code meeting. This time the meetup will be dedicated to C++. 

The topics:

·  „Structured logging”

Presentation focuses on a subject of logging, from programmers' perspective. During the talk an alternative approach for gathering logs will be discussed - one that allows not only having an intuitive API, but also usable logs at the end. The whole concept will be shown as an implementation in C++. As a side dish, some interesting techniques of C++ compile-time programming will be shown.

Speaker: Bartosz Szurgot

Bartek 'BaSz' Szurgot is a veteran of many server-side and embedded projects, mostly focused C++, Linux and DevOps. He's also (co-)author of multiple, technical articles in magazines: "Programista" and "Software Developer Journal". He has been a speaker at many conferences and geek-gatherings, including: NDC Oslo, Code::Dive, emBO++, Wrocław's first C++ users group and TEDx.

Home page: https://www.baszerr.eu

Presentations: https://vimeo.com/basz

·  "Concurrency - how to get in trouble"

A few words about concurrent programming. A short presentation showing how to create a problem and how to find its solution. Also how to solve one problem jumping into new one. How to generate race condition and fix it creating deadlock. Everything in C++.

Speaker: Radosław Buczkowski

Radek is a software developer with many years of international experience. He is a passionate about new technologies and software development. 

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