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Jubilee 144

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Student BCS prize winners for Sussex & Brighton Universities describing their projects

Introducing two presentations by the 2019 Sussex University BCS Award winner and the University of Brighton BCS Award winner, speaking on their winning projects...

Rust as a Games Programming language aims to explore the viability of the Rust programming language for games programming. This is accomplished through an analysis of the development process and the creation of a sub-module of a game engine in Rust. The implementation in Rust is then compared through low-level benchmarks with equivalent modules written in C++ (the industry standard programming language). Finally after a discussion and comparison of the results, it is found that Rust is a good language for small to medium sized games but not so much for big budget games.

Speaker: Govind Venkatesh

Details of the second speaker to follow...

7.00 Networking, with food and drink (non-alcoholic), 7.30 Meeting, finish by 9.00.

The short Branch AGM will be at the start of the meeting, followed by the speakers at 7.30pm - more information nearer the time.

If you are interested in joining the committee, but cannot attend the AGM, please email groups@bcs.uk

Please note, Carpark 7 is immediately behind Jubilee.

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