using std::cpp in Madrid, Spain 2019

March 7, 2019

The think-cell team is always happy to take part in C++ events all over the world. So, when Jose Daniel Garcia, an Associate Professor in Computer Architecture at University Carlos III of Madrid, invited us to take part at the conference using std::cpp 2019 in Madrid, we were delighted.

We were also honored to open the conference day with Arno Schödl’s talk “Text Formatting for a future range based standard library” in front of almost 200 Madrid Cpp community members. After the talk, there were some questions and discussions about tc range being better than std range, our efforts to bring tc range into the standard and benchmarks of the compile time.

As each talk had a strict timeframe, those who did not have a chance to ask questions at the conference came to our booth to discuss C++ with Arno and our senior software engineer Volker. To thank the participants for joining us that day, we brought cookies and candies specially from Berlin.

We were very grateful for the invitation and great experience in Madrid, and we hope this first visit will become a long-term partnership with the Spanish cpp community.

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