The online meetup is dedicated to C++ and DevOps practices in the Automotive Industry projects section.
The automotive industry faces unique challenges when it comes to delivering software due to its complex test matrix and deployment process, as well as its rigorous safety, regulatory, and compliance rules. So, we will discuss several cases & challenges that our specialists face in C++ development and will have an intro to DevOps practices in Automotive.
You will also have the opportunity to ask questions to the speakers in person and participate in discussions.
May,24th 6:30 PM (Kyiv)
Zoom, you’ll receive the link to join in your email upon registration
18:30 - 18:35
Opening, welcome speech
Riccardo Pinto, Senior C++ Developer
«Ranges in a nutshell: the good, the great and the awesome»
The newest C++20 standard has introduced a lot of new features, but ranges are one of the most interesting ones. In this talk we will go through a brief overview of ranges, and we will see why they were introduced, what their purpose is and of course we will look at some nice hands-on examples of how you can use ranges concretely in your projects.
Renato Mauro, Domain leader/ Senior C++/C/C# developer
«About cascading information, attrition, and business continuity»
Change of the interface impacting two repos with automatic tests enabled and Depends-on feature suddenly not available anymore. Therefore, let`s analyze how to deal with the solution cascading in order to reduce attrition for small maintenance projects or tool development and negotiate with other Domain Leaders the allocation of every team member.
Iuliia Lauta, DevOps Engineer
«DevOps: problems, processes and experience in automotive»
Today, some cars boast over 300 million lines of code. DevOps, the software built into the vehicle, is not easy. DevOps and CI/CD automation allow automakers to accelerate releases while ensuring security and reducing the risk of software release failures / recalls. Establishing a DevOps practice for the automotive industry is challenging and requires strong forward-thinking skills to align with technology.
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