Our next meetup will be on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 at the C4! Opening at 19:15, we welcome anyone to join us in discussing Rust and related topics.
This time around we want to look at Rust’s Zero-Cost Abstractions. Performance more often than not doesn’t matter. However, when it does you might want to analyze what your abstractions compile down to. We’ll start the evening off with a talk about analyzing generated code at different levels. After that we’ll have an open session analyzing our favorite abstractions together. Do you have a great crate, or abstraction in your own code, but were never quite sure of its overhead? Bring it along so we can have a look at it.
We are looking forward to seeing you. ☺
The meetup will be held in English, but a lot of attendees will understand German, too.
Rust promisses Zero-Cost Abstractions. In this talk we’ll look at ways to analyze generated code to determine their actual overhead.
Location: Chaos Computer Club Cologne (c4) e.V.
- Via subway lines 3, 4, or 13 to “Venloer Straße/Gürtel” (exit the station towards “Heliosstr./Bezirksverwaltung”)
- Via bus lines 141, 142, or 143 to “Venloer Straße/Gürtel”
- Via train to “Köln-Ehrenfeld” (exit the station towards “Venloer Straße”)
Cross Venloer Straße and go into Heliosstraße. After 2–3min you arrive at the last building before an apartment complex labeled “Stayery” (on the right side). The entrance is next to the parking spots.