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Sometimes you see code that is perfectly OK according to the definition of the language but which is flawed because it breaks to many established idioms and conventions of the language. This will be an interactive session with discussions about good vs bad C++ code. We will discuss simple C++ idioms and coding conventions, but we will also touch upon best practices when working with C++ in large codebases with lots of developers with mixed skills.

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Olve Maudal works for TANDBERG, the leading provider for telepresence and video conferencing products and solutions. He loves to write code, but is just as interested in how software is developed as what it actually does. Olve is also an active member of the vibrant geek community in Oslo where he is involved in JavaPils, Cantara, XP Meetup, Oslo C++ Users Group, Lean Meetup and a few other things.

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Sometimes you see code that is perfectly OK according to the definition of the language but which is flawed because it breaks to many established idioms and conventions of the language. This will be an interactive session with discussions about good vs bad C++ code. We will discuss simple C++ idioms and coding conventions, but we will also touch upon best practices when working with C++ in large codebases with lots of developers with mixed skills.

Speaker: Olve Maudal

Olve Maudal works for TANDBERG, the leading provider for telepresence and video conferencing products and solutions. He loves to write code, but is just as interested in how software is developed as what it actually does. Olve is also an active member of the vibrant geek community in Oslo where he is involved in JavaPils, Cantara, XP Meetup, Oslo C++ Users Group, Lean Meetup and a few other things.

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