CppCon 2014 Program Available -- Boris Kolpackov

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cppcon-2014-program-excerpt.pngThis is the day we've been waiting for: The CppCon 2014 Program is now available, with over 100 one-hour sessions by over 70 speakers.

Early Bird extended to July 9: Because there were many more good talk submissions than could fit into even a full-week six-track conference, the Program Committee needed an extra week to finalize the program selection. Early Bird registration was scheduled to end a week after the program was available to make sure that everyone could see the program in time for Early Bird, so the Early Bird registration has therefore also been extended to match, and will close on July 9. Register today for "the" C++ event of 2014.

Here's the announcement on cppcon.org:

CppCon 2014 Program Available

by Boris Kolpackov

The CppCon 2014 Program is now available with talk titles, abstracts, and speakers. The program contains over 100 one-hour sessions by over 70 speakers including plenary sessions by Scott Meyers and Herb Sutter, as well as the keynotes by C++ creator Bjarne Stroustrup on Keeping Simple Things Simple and Mark Maimone on using C++ on Mars: Incorporating C++ into Mars Rover Flight Software.

The detailed schedule including the exact day and time of each talk will be posted in the coming weeks. We have also extended the Early Bird deadline to July 9 so you have a week to study the program and still get the Early Bird rate.

Finally, we would like to thank the program committee, the speakers on the program, and the many more who proposed talks which we unfortunately just couldn’t squeeze in this year. Thank you for your hard work and enthusiastic support for this year’s program!

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Witold said on Jul 2, 2014 09:55 AM:

"to study the program" is certainly helpful for the decision whether to go, but not sufficient to consider full registration (within early bird deadline) versus i.e. two day registration, possible only upon full program release :(