The CppCon 2015 program has been posted! A few additional well-known speakers will also be announced soon for the remaining plenary sessions, but the majority of the program is now set: After the opening keynote by Bjarne Stroustrup on "Writing Good C++14," once again there are 100+ top-quality talks in 6 tracks all week long at this year's premier C++ festival, presented by over 80 speakers from around the world.
Note that there are no repeats -- all of the 100+ talks are new since last year. (If you missed last year's talks, you can watch them for free online on YouTube and Channel 9.) This year the program committee had even more submissions than last time, nearly twice as many as could be accepted. Even though this meant turning down lots of very good talk proposals simply for lack of room, the good news is that's because there was so much even stronger material, and this year's program is packed with the very best topics and content on C++ available this year. Register now for September 20-25, 2015!
Here's the announcement:
The CppCon 2015 Program is now (mostly) available with talk titles, abstracts, and speakers. The program contains over 100 one-hour sessions by over 80 speakers including many speakers returning from last year’s very successful program as well as many new voices. Not all sessions are announced yet, but we have announced our opening keynote by C++ creator Bjarne Stroustrup on Writing Good C++14.
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!