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Talk at Google, Paris (France): My view on Constraint Programming

I'm very honored to announce that I have been invited by Laurent Perron (Google or-tools) to talk about my view on Constraint Programming at Google, Paris later this month.

The talk will be about Constraint Programming and what is so fascinating about it, including - of course - examples in or-tools (which I have tested and modeled in for the Python, Java - and now lately - C# interfaces). There will also be more general views about CP and perhaps comparisons between different CP systems. The audience will be the engineers at Google (Paris) which makes it an extra challenge (and fun). It will also be really great to meet the or-tools group.

After the event I will blog about the details, including publishing the slides.

Also see: My or-tools page.