bamboon

Munich, Germany

Age: 23

I am a soon-Master student in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.
My main interest is in programming and software development.

Language-wise I love C++ and also know some python. My favorite topics are in the areas of multithreading and networking. Recently, I start to enjoy Erlang.

I am a big fan of open-source software, you can find my code repository on github and my resume here.

Think Big.
Stephan

4h
comment Make the pictures in the explore-cities view clickable
Ah, that's interesting. Are the pictures in the company profiles also from Foursquare?
10h
comment Make the pictures in the explore-cities view clickable
It would be a nice if somebody with more rep could add a city-pages related tag.
10h
asked Make the pictures in the explore-cities view clickable
2d
comment Does the C++11 standard require that two iterations through a constant unordered_container visit elements in the same order?
In addition to what @rubenvb said, I am interested in a the actual use-case.
2d
comment Lambda VS Function
possible duplicate of Why can lambdas be better optimized by the compiler than plain functions?
Aug
20
comment Which C++ STL container provides `extract_max()`, `find(element_value)` and `modify(element)` functionality?
How about using std::greater as comparator?
Aug
19
awarded Popular Question
Aug
18
comment Why is function object faster than function in C++?
possible duplicate of Why can lambdas be better optimized by the compiler than plain functions?
Aug
17
comment How can Boost be used to achieve C++14-style auto return types?
Boost is never overkill
Aug
14
awarded Yearling
Aug
14
awarded Yearling
Aug
13
awarded Supporter
Aug
13
comment Join all 16-circles together with 6 lines
+1 trollarious -
Aug
12
awarded Editor
Aug
12
revised Can my workplace view my Tor traffic?
Removed unnecessary rant to focus on the technical question, this is security.stackexchange.com and not workplace.stackexchange.com/
Aug
12
comment Erlang and Cowboy for Realtime web communication
You probably want to use a message passing framework like RabbitMQ.
Aug
12
comment Call method in new thread and assign returned value to variable
@jgreen are you sure that detectAndDisplayInt returns an int and no bool?
Aug
12
revised Call method in new thread and assign returned value to variable
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12
revised Call method in new thread and assign returned value to variable
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Aug
12
answered Call method in new thread and assign returned value to variable
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