think-cell supports C++ User Group in Berlin

Berlin, July 19, 2013

In October 2012, Karsten Ahnert – founder of Ambrosys GmbH – started the Berlin C++ User Group along with the two computer scientists Jens Weller and Fabio Fracassi.

The C++ experts’ monthly meeting takes place on each third Tuesday of the month at c-base, Berlins underground living room for computer nerds. think-cell is sponsoring the initiative since the beginning of the summer and strongly encourages the exchange of technical knowledge within the group. Sebastian Theophil, senior software engineer at think-cell, is conducting the meetings in close collaboration with Karsten Ahnert.

Together they compile a new agenda for every meeting which usually starts at 7 pm and includes a talk related to C++. New members are welcome and you can apply free of charge at their Meetup group.

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