C++ vs. Java

Lecture:   C++ vs. Java
Lecturer:   Valentin Ziegler (think-cell)
Date and time: 18th April, 6–7:30 p.m
Place:       FIT CTU in Prague, 9 Thákurova Street, New Building CTU, lecture room T9:111
Language: English

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We love C++ and use it daily. In this talk we try to explain why – despite its reputation for complexity – C++ is conceptually a much better language than Java. At least "better" in the sense that it allows the programmer to express her thoughts more clearly than would be possible in Java: C++ lets us programmers write abstractions without losing performance and C++ gives us a uniform resource handling mechanisms for all kinds of resources, not just memory.

 

Afterparty (Aperitif and Dinner, 7:45 pm):

Directly after the lecture all participants will be invited to dine and chat at AvantGarde Restaurant (Evropská 2690/17, Prague 6 – Dejvice). This dinner will be a delicious treat, and attendance will of course be absolutely free of charge!

To join us for lecture and/or dinner, please simply send a quick email to hr@think-cell.com before April 11th, 2016 to register. If you wish to choose the vegetarian option for dinner, please let me know in your email. We will be happy to accommodate your wish!

 

Short CV:

Valentin Ziegler is a senior software engineer at think-cell, Berlin, where he focuses on the development of layout algorithms and their integration with intuitive user interfaces. Recently, he became a member of DIN and is part of the German delegation in the ISO committee for the standardization of C++. The Berlin-based company think-cell is looking for smart, creative developers with a solid theoretical background. 

 

Admission is free of charge.

 



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