Events

The program for CPPP is now available

The CPPP - an international online C++ Conference from 1-3 December 2021 with a hint of French accent - has published their programme.

CPPP Programme

by CPPP Conference

About the programme

CPPP has now published its program along three tracks:

  • Progress: This track is all about the bases. These are the talks that you wish every C++ developer would listen to early in their career to start on the right foot. They can be very valuable to experts but need to be accessible to students and beginners.
  • Produce: Talks that can be immediately applied by professional C++ programmers in their everyday job. Concrete tools and pragmatic ideas that work for legacy codebases and scale well with big teams.
  • Push Forward: Novel ideas and approaches for C++. They can be patterns that are not well known yet, new features coming in the language, libraries using these recent features or new ways to think about old problems.

You can also already buy your tickets.

 

CppCon 2021 trip report -- Timur Doumler

Timur has noted down his thoughts about the recent CppCon 2021 trip:

Trip Report

by Timur Doumler

About the article

I was on-site and this was actually my first in-person conference since the pandemic started, as well as my first conference in my new role as Developer Advocate at JetBrains. I had an amazing time, a huge thanks to the organisers for pulling this off! See you next year!

Tripreport: virtual CppCon 2021--Jens Weller

Another report!

Tripreport: virtual CppCon 2021

by Jens Weller

From the article:

I attended this weeks virtual CppCon partially, as I'm also very busy with my upcoming conferences: Meeting Embedded & Meeting C++ 2021. Still I had a lot of fun. Thanks to Jon Kalb, the volunteers, speakers and all the attendees who made CppCon 2021 possible!

CppCon 2021 Thursday keynote video posted: Michael Caisse on "Small Inspiration"

cppcon2021-keynote-michael.pngThe fourth keynote from CppCon 2021 is now publicly available via JetBrains, our video sponsor:

Small Inspiration [jetbrains.com/cppcon2021]

by Michael Caisse

Embedded devices offer lessons in engineering at all scales and can provide inspiration to seasoned practitioners and future technologists. Watch the talk to learn from the embedded world and become inspired to inspire.

CppCon 2021 Virtual Trip Report, A User Story--Javier Estrada

Did you attend?

CppCon 2021 Virtual Trip Report, A User Story

by Javier Estrada

From the article:

This is the first CppCon hybrid (in person and virtual) conference, and in my opinion, it was a success in terms of content and organization, particularly from the virtual side. Sure, there were the occasional quirks, or the first day emergencies if one didn’t read the “instruction manual” (ahem) beforehand. But ’nuff said.

I’m writing this trip report while the experience is fresh, and before the glitter fades, drinking a hot cup of coffee while everybody else sleeps...

Upcoming C++ User Group meetings in November

The monthly listing of upcoming C++ User Group meetings at Meeting C++

Upcoming C++ User Group meetings in November

by Jens Weller

From the article:

The monthly overview on C++ User Group meetings being announced by the start of the month!

This month features 4 Events organized by Meeting C++:

    2.11 Meeting C++ online - What you can learn from being too cute: why you should write code
    4.11 Meeting Emedded 2021
    10.11 Meeting C++ 2021
    16.11 Meeting C++ online job fair

There is 1 new C++ User Groups: Odense.

 

CppCon 2021 Tuesday keynote video posted: Herb Sutter on "Pattern matching using 'is' and 'as'"

cppcon2021-keynote-herb.pngThe second keynote from CppCon 2021 is now publicly available via JetBrains, our video sponsor:

Thoughts on pattern matching using 'is' and 'as' [jetbrains.com/cppcon2021]

by Herb Sutter

In this talk, the speaker shows the C++ pattern matching libraries and language proposals that were considered, and presents his own contribution that builds on them.

How Meeting C++ can help you to close your C++ knowledge gap

Update your C++ skills with Meeting C++!

How Meeting C++ can help you to close your C++ knowledge gap

by Jens Weller

From the article

With 1.5 years of the pandemic behind us and one more "season" ahead for many of us, I'd like to show you how you can improve your C++ skills with the events organized by Meeting C++!

Meeting C++ organizes many online Events on Hubilo with its Meeting C++ online User Group. This started over a year ago and today it hosts 1 - 2 evenings of C++ content per month. Usually a talk or a fair like the online C++ job fair or the book & tool fair. The next meeting of this User Group is next week, hosting Daisy Hollmans CppCon Talk What you can learn from being too cute: why you should write code that you should never write.

CppCon 2021 C++ committee fireside chat panel video posted

cppcon2021-fireside.pngThe second video from CppCon 2021 is now publicly available via JetBrains, our video sponsor:

Committee Fireside Chat [jetbrains.com/cppcon2021]

Panelists: Bjarne Stroustrup, Lisa Lippincott, Gabriel Dos Reis, David Stone, Michael Wong, Inbal Levi

Moderator: Herb Sutter

The panel of representative members of the C++ standards committee answers questions on C++.