Events

Meeting C++ 2019: vote on the talks!

See which talks have been submitted, and help to decide which make it to the conference:

The voting on which talks should make it to Meeting C++ 2019 has begun

by Jens Weller

From the article:

With today, you can start to vote on all 120 submitted talks for Meeting C++ 2019!

With 120 talks submitted by 82 speakers, there is a lot to vote on. You don't have to vote on all talks, the order of talks is randomized, so as long as enough folks vote on a few talks, every talk should get a fair number of votes. You can vote for every talk between 0 - 5, where 5 is the best vote you can give. Also its possible to leave a comment and feedback for the speaker. The deadline to cast your votes is the last day of June.

Core C++ 2019 Trip Report—Anastasia Kazakova

It's trip report time!

Core C++ 2019 Trip Report

by Anastasia Kazakova

From the article:

More and more C++ events, community meetups, and conferences are appearing around the globe. 2019 is definitely looking like a year for new C++ conferences. Take, for example, C++ on Sea (UK, in February) or the upcoming CPPP (France, in June). Even C++ Russia now has two editions per year – one in Moscow and one in St. Petersburg. And, finally, there’s the event we just visited – Core C++, held in Tel Aviv, Israel...

ACCU 2019 Autumn Conference - Call for Proposals Open—ACCU

The Call for Proposals for the ACCU Autumn 2019 Conference to be held 2019-11-11 to 2019-11-12 at Hilton Hotel in Belfast is now open.

Call for Proposals

by ACCU

About the conference:

The call for proposals is open until 2019-06-16.

This conference abuts the WG21 committee meeting so expect lots of C++ folk to be around.

Trip report from using std::cpp 2019 in Madrid—Daniel Garcia

On March, 7th, we had the sixth edition of using std::cpp (the C++ conference in Spain). The conference was again a on-day free event, and as every other year it was hosted at the Higher Polytechnic School of University Carlos III of Madrid in Leganés.

Trip report from using std::cpp 2019 in Madrid

by Daniel Garcia

About the article

As many other years roughly 200 participants attended the conference. Most of the attendees were coming from industry.

This trip report contains some statistics from the evaluation forms at the conference including standards adoption and compilers usage.

 

 

Report from using std::cpp 2019

The statitistics.

Report from using std::cpp 2019

From the article:

On March, 7th, we had the sixth edition of using std::cpp (the C++ conference in Spain). The conference was again a on-day free event, and as every other year it was hosted at the Higher Polytechnic School of University Carlos III of Madrid in Leganés.

As many other years roughly 200 participants attended the conference. Most of the attendees were coming from industry...

ACCU Trip report—Kate Gregory

Sweet and short.

ACCU Trip report

by Kate Gregory

From the article:

In early April I was lucky enough to go to Bristol in the UK for the annual ACCU conference. This has been an aspirational conference for me, one I attended before speaking at and am always delighted to attend. This year I was invited to keynote, and it turned out to be the closing keynote, which meant I was not done with all my talks until the conference was over! Nevertheless I enjoyed the week tremendously...

Conference Report: ACCU 2019—Quentin Balland

Another one.

Conference Report: ACCU 2019

by Quentin Balland

From the article:

I had the pleasure to attend to the ACCU2019 at Bristol which was my first cpp centred conference (the first of a long series I hope :p) and it was amazing in a different aspect.


It is a 4 days conference that occurs every year between March and April in the Marriott hotel in Bristol.


Amazing people, very inclusive and easy to talk to everyone!

ACCU 2019 Slides and Trip Report—Anthony Williams

Another one.

ACCU 2019 Slides and Trip Report

by Anthony Williams

From the article:

I attended ACCU 2019 a couple of weeks ago, where I was presenting my session Here's my number; call me, maybe. Callbacks in a multithreaded world.

The conference proper started on Wednesday, after a day of pre-conference workshops on the Tuesday, and continued until Saturday. I was only there Wednesday to Friday...