Speakers for the Meeting C++ Conference 2013
Jens Weller works since 2007 as a freelancer in C++, specialised in consulting, training and programming C++ and has more then 12 years of C++ expierence. He is active in the german C++ community, as he moderates the Qt/wxWidgets forum at c-plusplus.de and founded the "Modern C++" group on the social network Xing. He is the initiator of the Meeting C++ conference.
Boris Schäling is an active member of the Boost C++ community. He was a Boost C++ representative at the Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit 2010 and spoke at the conferences BoostCon 2011 and C++Now! 2012. He coordinates efforts to finish Boost.Process and contributed the I/O object windows::object_handle to Boost.Asio. He is the author of the books “The Boost C++ Libraries” and “Die Boost C++ Bibliotheken” and a Boost C++ expert for the German computer magazine c’t.
Boris’ main interest in C++ is improving efficiency in software development projects and making C++ easier to use. He has worked as a consultant and trainer helping companies reach these goals using the Boost libraries. He now lives in Amsterdam working for a proprietary trading firm.
Zoltán Porkoláb is a software developer at Ericsson and an Associate Professor at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, where he is teaching programming languages, project tools and advanced C++ programming. His research interests include programming paradigms, C++ template metaprogramming, software metrics and software comprehension.
Ábel Sinkovics works as a software engineer and is a PhD student at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary. His research is about C++ template metaprogramming and domain specific languages. He develops open source libraries supporting embedding domain specific languages into C++.
Edouard has more than twelve years of professional experience in software engineering. After years hacking the kernel of various operating systems, Edouard founded Bureau 14, the home of the hyperscalable database quasardb.
Combining an excellent knowledge of low level programming with a perverse love for template meta-programming, Edouard likes to come up with uncompromising solutions to seemingly impossible problems.
He lives in Paris, France.