CppCon Lightning Interviews

Posted on Thursday, Oct 4, 2018
Rob and Jason give a brief trip report of CppCon before being joined by several guests who gave Lightning Talks at CppCon 2018.

Guests

Anastasia Kazakova

Anastasia Kazakova

As a C and C++ software developer, Anastasia Kazakova created real-time *nix-based systems and pushed them to production for 8 years. She worked as an intern in Microsoft Research, Networking department, and launched the first 4G network in Russia being a part of the Yota operator team. She has a passion for networking algorithms and embedded programming and believes in good tooling. With all her love for C++, she is now the Product Marketing Manager on the JetBrains C++ tools and .NET marketing teams. Besides, Anastasia runs a C++ user group in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Timur Doumler

Timur Doumler

Timur Doumler is a C++ developer specializing in audio and music technology, active member of the ISO C++ committee, and part of the includecpp.org team. He is passionate about building communities, clean code, good tools, and the evolution of C++.

Phil Nash

Phil Nash

Phil is the original author of Catch2, regular speaker at conferences, trainer, organizer of C++ on Sea and the C++ London meet-up, co-host of cpp.chat and No Diagnostic Required podcasts, and recently moved to SonarSource as Developer Advocate.

More generally he’s an advocate for good testing practices, TDD and using the type system and tools and functional techniques to reduce complexity, increase correctness, and is not afraid of ABI breaks.

Staffan Tjernström

Staffan Tjernström

Staffan has been busting latency issues since the mid-80’s. These days he’s a C++ subject expert at Susquehanna International Group, where he spends his days working in an MSVC environment using Powershell and emacs.

Matthew von Arx

Matthew von Arx

Matthew von Arx has been working in Satellite Communications for 9 years, and has always had a focus on Software Engineering. This has grown into a passion for C++.

Tony Wasserka

Tony Wasserka

Tony Wasserka is a freelance software developer based in Berlin, Germany. He works on low-level software like operating systems (kernels and drivers alike) and firmware for embedded systems. His main interest is using strong type-safety and zero-cost abstractions to write software for resource-constrained and timing-sensitive applications with good performance with better robustness and correctness than with other approaches. His tool of choice for this is usually C++, with Rust being an increasingly viable alternative.

Jens Weller

Jens Weller

Jens Weller is the organizer and founder of Meeting C++. Doing C++ since 1998, he is an active member of the C++ Community. From being a moderator at c-plusplus.de and organizer of his own C++ User Group since 2011 in Düsseldorf, his roots are in the C++ Community. Today his main work is running the Meeting C++ Platform (conference, website, social media and recruiting). His main role has become being a C++ evangelist, as this he speaks and travels to other conferences and user groups around the world.

Anny Gakh

Anny Gakh

Anny Gakh is a software developer who is currently completing her undergrad at UBC, Vancouver. She has previously interned at Monexa, Nvidia and Mozilla.

Borislav Stanimirov

Borislav Stanimirov

Borislav Stanimirov is mainly a C++ programmer but als enjoys learning new langauges. He has written a lot of Ruby and likes playing with Nim, D, lua, MoonScript, Haskell, Lisp, Mathematica, and many more. The languages he dislikes include Java, perl, PHP, Pascal, and Basic.

Ezra Chung

Ezra Chung

Ezra Chung is a recent graduate working as a Software Engineer for the Simulation Team at FlightSafety International. A C++ enthusiast; enjoys teaching modern C++ via online C++ communities such as Slack, Discord, and IRC. Volunteer for C++Now 2018, CppCon 2018, and CppCon 2019.

Jean-Louis Leroy

Jean-Louis Leroy

Jean-Louis Leroy is the author of yomm2, a library that implements open multi-methods. See https://github.com/jll63/yomm2


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