Registration is now open for CppCon 2023! The conference starts on October 1 and will be held in person in Aurora, CO. To whet your appetite for this year’s conference, we’re posting videos of some of the top-rated talks from last year's conference. Here’s another CppCon talk video we hope you will enjoy – and why not register today for CppCon 2023!
by Marc Gregoire
Summary of the talk:
C++23, the next release of the C++ standard, is scheduled to be released in 2023. The update introduces new features to the core language and to the Standard Library. If you want to stay up to date with the latest features that are upcoming with this new release, then this session is for you.
The session includes core language topics such as consteval if statements, multidimensional subscript operators, decay copy, unreachable code, and more. New Standard Library features that will be shown include monadic operations for std::optional, std::flat_map, std::flat_set, a stacktrace library, changes to the ranges library, improvements to std::format, std::expected, and many more.
The session will include references to other sessions at CppCon, if applicable, for more deep-dive information on any particular topic.