For Armenian C++ Community Meetup #6 we have invited two established speakers from abroad!
Both talks will cover the topic of performance. Fedor will cover some of the biggest “performance surprises” he has faced in his career. Normal-looking code with spectacularly low performance or optimizations that didn’t behave as expected. Alex will continue that topic towards parallelism and remote memory access. He only talks about the stuff they battle-tested in production for at least 6 months, so take your pens and prepare to take notes!
The Armenian C++ Community Meetup #6 event is co-organized by the American University of Armenia and Unum. The hall can comfortably fit around 200 attendees, so book your calendars and sign up in advance! In the meantime, join our C++ 🇦🇲 Community Telegram updates and links to talks previously conducted by our speakers!
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