Ein Kalender mit den öffentlichen Usergroup-Treffen in Dresden, sowie Messen und Veranstaltungen, die für uns interessant sind.
20:00Dresden Perl Mongers
Dresden Perl Mongers
date_range02. Juli, 20:00 Uhr - 22:00 Uhr
20:00Linux User Group
Linux User Group
date_range08. Juli, 20:00 Uhr - 22:30 Uhr
date_range09. Juli, 19:00 Uhr - 21:00 Uhr
Hermann-Mende-Straße 4, Dresden, Germany
Jeden Monat treffen wir uns zum Besprechen von aktuellen Entwicklungen und lauschen Vorträgen und kickern und quatschen!
19:30Rainer Grimm "Concepts in C++20: An Evo...
Rainer Grimm "Concepts in C++20: An Evolution or a Revolution" (online) [C++ Usergroup Dresden]
date_range09. Juli, 19:30 Uhr - 21:30 Uhr
For July we will have online meetup together with C++ Usergroup Karlsruhe. (https://www.meetup.com/C-User-Group-Karlsruhe).
Rainer Grimm will give us his introduction to C++20 Concepts.
The key idea of generic programming with templates is it to define functions and classes which can be used with various types. Often it happens that you instantiate a template with the wrong type. The result is typically a few pages of cryptic error messages. This sad story ends with concepts. Concepts empower you to write requirements for your templates which can be checked by the compiler. Concepts revolutionize the way we think about and write generic code. Here is why:
* Requirements for templates are part of the interface.
* The overloading of functions or specialization of class templates can be based on concepts.
* We get improved error messages because the compiler compares the requirements of the template parameter with the actual template arguments.
However, this is not the end of the story:
* You can use predefined concepts or define your own.
* The usage of auto and concepts is unified. Instead of auto, you can use a concept.
* If a function declaration uses a concept, it automatically becomes a function template. Writing function templates is, therefore, as easy as writing a function.
Rainer works as a software architect, team lead, and instructor since 1999. In 2002, he created a further education round at his company. He gives seminars since 2002. Rainer's first seminars were about proprietary management software, but seminars for Python and C++ followed immediately. In his spare time, Rainer likes to write articles about C++, Python, and Haskell. He also likes to speak at conferences. Rainer publishes weekly on his English Modernes Cpp and the German blog, hosted by Heise Developer.
Since 2016 he is an independent instructor giving seminars about modern C++ and Python. Rainer published several books in various languages to modern C++ and concurrency, in particular. Due to his profession, Rainer always searches for the best way to teach modern C++.
9:00GDG Dresden @DecompileD '20
GDG Dresden @DecompileD '20
date_range14. Juli, 09:00 Uhr - 22:00 Uhr
Zur Messe, Dresden, Germany
+++ UPDATE ++++
Due to the Coronavirus crisis the DecompileD has been postponed to July 14th 2020. We sincerely hope the situation will permit us to see you at this day in person.
+++ UPDATE ++++
Hola GDG Dresden,
We are happy to announce that we will be attending this year's DecompileD conference!
It is a technology conference in the heart of Dresden with many interesting presentations from local and international speakers. We will have topics on #cloud #mobile #big-data and #AI.
Join us on this day at the Meetup Expo, where we will present ourselves together with 11 other Meetups, or at the After Show Party to enjoy a drink together.
As a GDG member you get a 20% discount with this link:
Let us know via the RSVP who is coming and let's meet up there ;-)
18:30Meetup IV / 2020 [PHP USERGROUP DRESDEN]
Meetup IV / 2020 [PHP USERGROUP DRESDEN]
date_range14. Juli, 18:30 Uhr - 22:30 Uhr
Programm / Program
18:30 Uhr (06:30pm) - Doors Open
19:00 Uhr (07:00pm) - User group + Host Intro
19:30 Uhr (07:30pm) - N/A at the moment
21:00 Uhr (09:00pm) - Community + Socializing
18:00From ksqlDB with Love: Detecting 007’s ...
From ksqlDB with Love: Detecting 007’s presence with a dash of machine learning [Dresden Apache Kafka® Meetup by Confluent]
date_range16. Juli, 18:00 Uhr - 19:10 Uhr
In order to do our part to help flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19, we are moving all of our meetups online for the time being. Please find the details to join this fun and informative meetup below.
Find information about upcoming meetups and tons of content from past Kafka Meetups all over the world:
6:00pm-6:10pm: Online Networking (feel free to BYOB!!)
6:10pm-7:10pm: From ksqlDB with Love: Detecting 007’s presence with a dash of machine learning, Hans-Peter Grahsl, Technical Trainer at NETCONOMY (includes Q&A)
Joining our slack space is not instant, so ensure that you are in, in time for the event, follow the steps within this link before the day of the event if you can! https://launchpass.com/confluentcommunity
Hans-Peter Grahsl, Technical Trainer at NETCONOMY
Title of Talk:
From ksqlDB with Love: Detecting 007’s presence with a dash of machine learning
While lots of people are fancying stream processing technologies, many are hesitant when it comes to adoption because the landscape and ecosystem feel somewhat intimidating at first sight. Fear not, ksqlDB (the event streaming database for Apache Kafka) takes away a lot of burden so that application developers can focus on solving business needs.After a brief introduction to ksqlDB, this session continues with a memorable and fun example featuring the fictional Secret Service agent 007. In a step-by- step fashion, you are walked through an end-to-end streaming scenario which is about near real-time face identification in synthetic CCTV images. The example helps you to gain a better understanding about ksqlDB's learning curve characteristics, extensibility options as well as integration paths with machine learning related tools and services.
Hans-Peter is working as a technical trainer at NETCONOMY in Graz, Austria. As an independent engineer & consultant he is working with customers to build on-premise or cloud-based data architectures using the event streaming platform Apache Kafka together with NoSQL data stores. Hans-Peter is also an associate lecturer for Software Engineering at CAMPUS 02 and occasionally speaks at developer conferences.
Online Meetup Etiquette:
•Please unmute yourself when you have a question.
•Please hold your questions until the end of the presentation or use the zoomchat!
•Please arrive on time as zoom meetings can become locked for many reasons (though if you get locked out a recording will be available, but you may have to wait a little while for it!)
If you would like to speak or host our next event please let us know! [masked]
Alle Details zum Abo und zur Pflege des Kalenders gibt es im dazugehörigen Blog-Beitrag.