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Pure Virtual C++ 2024 Recordings Available

The recordings for all Pure Virtual C++ 2024 sessions are now online. This includes the 5 main sessions plus over a dozen pre-conference videos.

Pure Virtual C++ 2024 Recordings Available

By Sy Brand

From the article:

All recordings for our Pure Virtual C++ 2024 conference are now available. Thanks to everyone who came along and hope to see you again next year! You can find the full playlist on YouTube.

Pure Virtual C++ 2024 Sessions Announced

The session list for Pure Virtual C++ 2024 is live:

Pure Virtual C++ 2024 Sessions Announced

By Sy Brand

From the article:

  • Automated Testing of Shader Code with Keith Stockdale
  • Message Handling with Boolean Implication with Ben Deane 
  • I Embedded a Programming Language In Debug Information with Sy Brand
  • Enhancing C++ development with Copilot Chat with Sinem Akinci 
  • Progress Report: Adopting Header Units in Microsoft Word with Zachary Henkel

ACCU Early Bird Tickets and Workshops Now Available -- ACCU

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The 2024 ACCU Conference has published workshops and opened Early Bird tickets.

Early-bird tickets and workshops now available

From the article:

At time of writing our Early Bird rates are in effect, but hurry! These will end on 15th February, after which standard rates will apply. As ever the cheapest way to get tickets is to be, or become, an ACCU member - so join up today if you're not already a member!

C++ Online

C++ Online is a brand new online C++ conference, including great value training workshops and regular talks, keynotes and lightning talks. The main conference runs from 29th February to 2nd March.

C++ Online, Revisited

From the article:

C++ Online also now has its own website, where you can find all the details, including speakers, workshops and ticket sales.
So go to cpponline.uk now!

Releasing the keynotes of Meeting C++ 2023

Highlighting the current video releases for Meeting C++ 2023: the keynotes

With this year Meeting C++ had a unique set of keynotes, covering 6 impossible problems for software devs with the opening keynote by Kevlin Henney, followed by great wisdom about how open communities thrive by Lydia Pintscher. The closing keynote by Ivan Čukić was an impressive medley composing various idioms with Prog(ressive) C++.

All these keynotes are worth watching, a great contribution to our knowledge base as a community. Thanks to Kevlin Henney, Lydia Pintscher and Ivan Čukić for preparing these great presentations!

ACCU 2024 Call for Speakers -- ACCU

The ACCU is now putting together its program, and they want you to speak on C++. The ACCU conference has strong C++ tracks, though it is not a C++-only conference. If you have something to share, check out their

Call for Speakers

by ACCU 

About the conference:

The ACCU Conference is the annual conference of the ACCU membership, but is open to any and all who wish to attend. The tagline for the ACCU is "Professionalism in Programming", which captures the whole spectrum of programming languages, tools, techniques and processes involved in advancing our craft. While there remains a core of C and C++ - with many members participating in respective ISO standards bodies - the conference, like the organisation, embraces other language ecosystems and you should expect to see sessions on C#, D, F#, Go, Javascript, Haskell, Java, Kotlin, Lisp, Python, Ruby, Rust, Swift and more. There are always sessions on TDD, BDD, and how to do programming right.

The ACCU Conference is a conference by programmers for programmers about programming.

The Call For Speakers will remain open until midnight (GMT) on 17th November 2023.