CppCon is the annual, week-long face-to-face gathering for the entire C++ community. The conference is organized by the C++ community for the community and so we invite you to present.
Have you learned something interesting about C++, maybe a new technique possible in C++11? Or perhaps you have implemented something cool related to C++, maybe a new C++ library? If so, consider sharing it with other C++ enthusiasts by giving a talk at CppCon 2014. Submissions deadline is May 15 with decisions sent by June 13. For topic ideas, possible formats, and submission instructions, see the Submissions page.
From the Submissions page:
CppCon is organized by the C++ community for the community and so we invite the community to present.
Who Should Submit?
You. If you have something interesting to share with the C++ community then consider presenting. Our goal is to create the best program that we can and we feel that there must be room for both seasoned presenters and new voices.
We are open to any topic that will be of interest to a mainstream C++ audience. Below are some ideas.
- C++ libraries and frameworks of general interest
- C++14 and new standardization proposals
- Concepts and generic programming
- Functional programming
- High performance computing
- Software development tools, techniques, and processes for C++
- Practical experiences using C++ in real-world applications
- Industry-specific perspectives: mobile and embedded systems, game development, high performance trading, scientific programming, robotics, etc.
Standard presentation sessions are one hour long (including Q&A). We can accommodate half hour sessions and multi-hour submissions. Note that multi-hour submissions may be harder to accommodate. Please indicate your flexibility.
We will also have Lightning Talks, but they need not be submitted in advance. We will share more information about Lightning Talks and other opportunities for Open Content in time for you to plan your participation.
Half and full session speakers will have their conference registration fee waived (one speaker per session). If you are planning to submit a proposal, please do not register for the conference at this time. You’ll be contacted with special registration instructions later.
Further financial assistance is available to all speakers. Details are provided on request.
- Session Information:
- Session Title
- Session Type: lecture, panel, tutorial, workshop, case study, demonstration, etc.
- A one or two paragraph abstract, suitable for the conference web site
- Optimum, minimum, and maximum length (these may be the same); see Format above
- Level/Audience: basic, intermediate, advanced, library authors, game developers, etc.
- Whether you allow us to record your session
- Session materials that will be available at conference time (slides, source code, etc.)
- Presenter Information:
- A short biography, suitable for the conference web site
- A headshot photo of about 150 x 150 (will be contacted for it separately)
- Your public contact information (twitter handle, blog, website, google+ page, etc)
- Your private contact information (at least email, will not be made public)
All submissions should be made through the EasyChair conference management system. If you have not already registered at EasyChair, you will need to do so in order to submit your proposal. All submissions will go through a peer review process.
Presenters are encouraged, but not required, to submit slides and source code for distribution to attendees and to agree to have their sessions recorded. Presenters must agree to grant a non-exclusive perpetual license to publish submitted and/or recorded materials, either electronically or in print, in any media related to CppCon.
If you have any questions about the submission process, please contact the Program Committee. If you have any technical problems with EasyChair, please contact them for help.
Submission deadline: 15 May 2014
Decision notifications by: 13 June 2014
Program available online: 27 June 2014
For a chronological view of all the key dates, refer to the CppCon 2014 Timeline.