Speaker details
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2016

Ansel Sermersheim

CopperSpice
Ansel Sermersheim
I have been working as a programmer for over sixteen years. My degree is in Computer Science from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Currently I work as a software engineer designing scalable, high performance, multi-threaded network daemons in C++. The daemons I have developed are used at a Tier 1 carrier serving static and live content to customers around the world. Co-founder of CopperSpice, a C++ library derived from an existing framework. Co-founder of DoxyPress, a C++ application derived from an existing open source documentation program. I have programmed in C++, C, Lisp, Java, and Perl, with extensive knowledge in TCP/IP. I am an avid follower of the C++ standard. Speaker at CppCon 2015.
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Speaking Sessions

  • C++ GUI library & Documenting Source Code: CopperSpice & DoxyPress

    3:30 PM Saturday   Room: C104

    CopperSpice is an open source project which contains a set of libraries to handle Core functionality, GUI, Networking, SQL, Multimedia, and much more. One of the key achievements of CopperSpice is that we use a modern version of C++, we do not require any code generators, and the libraries are cross platform.

    DoxyPress is an open source application which can be used to document source code, generate API documentation, show class hierarchies, etc. DoxyPress supports several outputs including html, chm, latex, and man pages.

    In our presentation we will provide an overview of CopperSpice and DoxyPress. We will explain how to use DoxyPress and we will show a demonstration of DoxyPress and how to document an API and C++ source.

    No prior knowledge of CopperSpice or DoxyPress is required.

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