__cplusplus User Group
Organization of the C++ User Group at GSI
C++ User Group
C++ is a powerful language. While first results are easy enough, mastering the more advanced aspects of the language requires constant learning. We therefore want to meet regularly to learn from each others experience with C++.
We meet twice per month on Wednesday, 14:00–15:00 in room SB3 3.170a. After the official meeting feel free to stay or continue discussion (on any topic) on the cafeteria. Talks are prepared by participants and should be 15–30 minutes long, allowing for ample discussion time. Topics and speakers will be suggested / volunteered here or in the meetings. We can use the issue tracker for general organization:
- suggest a new talk (what you want to learn or share)
- discuss & vote for suggested talks; volunteer for presenting
- look at upcoming meetings
- and previous meetings
After the talks we have time to talk about any C++ issues participants bring along. If we have no presenter we might also do a full "ask anything" session.
Join our Mattermost channel: File an issue and we'll send you an e-mail invitation to Mattermost where we will add you to the C++ User Group channel.
Visit the corresponding Indico category for details about the individual User Group meetings, where you need to register for individual meetings if you want to join via Zoom.
Please note that we have a Code of Conduct, which should mostly be irrelevant since it encodes common sense and manners
Anything related to C++ is obviously on topic. This includes tools supporting C++ development and general software engineering topics.
For more C++ related discussion use the C++ User Group channel on Mattermost or submit an Issue on C++ Support (best effort only; and feel free to join in supporting others).