Slides of the 29th of January 2020 BeCPP Meeting -- Marc Gregoire

On January 29th, 2020, the Belgian C++ Users Group had their next event sponsored by OMP. The slides and other material are now available online.

Slides of the 29th of January 2020 BeCPP Meeting

by Marc Gregoire

About the event:

  • “Coroutines in C++20” by Johan Vanslembrouck
  • “The evolution of the C++ Lambda” by Lieven de Cock

If you couldn't attend the event in person, or if you would like to go over the material again, you can download them from the BeCPP website.

C++ in 2020--Jens Weller

Don't miss it!

C++ in 2020

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Now where the year is a few weeks old, lets see whats ahead for C++ in 2020!

I'll cover the Meeting C++ Community Survey, Conferences, Libraries & Releases, ISOCPP and C++20.

This blog post is based on a newsletter, which is based on a talk I gave at my User Group in Düsseldorf two weeks ago. Come and visit our meetings at the 3rd Wednesday of the month! My C++ User Group is also still looking for speakers in 2020, contact me if you're in town!

Core C++ 2020 Early Bird Tickets On Sale -- Adi Shavit

Early bird tickets for Core C++ 2020 are now on sale!

Early bird tickets for Core C++ 2020 are now on sale!

Adi Shavit

From the article:

From medical devices and flash storage to CPUs and advanced navigation systems, Israeli innovation pushes the boundaries of the imagination. Advanced software is at the heart of many of these systems, and when it comes to bare-metal performance, low power-consumption and massive scalability, C++ is king. Core C++ 2020 will take place at The Wohl Conventions Center, located just outside Tel-Aviv on the campus of Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan, Israel.
The conference is aimed at C++ developers and practitioners as well as academic researchers and teachers who wish to be updated by the newest developments of C++ and present their work with C++. International speakers and attendees are more than welcome to join us!

ACCU 2020 Schedule Published -- ACCU

The ACCU 2020 conference will take place in Bristol, UK from 2020-03-25 to 2020-03-28. The schedule has just been published.

ACCU 2020 Schedule


About the conference:

Four days with three C++ tracks and two tracks about tools, other languages, etc. Beside the sessions the conference is a great place to get in contact with speakers, exhibitors and other developers.

There are this year these keynote speakers: Emily Bache, Sean Parent, Patricia Aas and Kevlin Henney

And on March, 24th, the day before the conference, there is a day with fullday workshops:

ACCU 101: Early Career Day – Gail Ollis, Kevlin Henney, Giovanni Asproni, Chris Oldwood, Roger Orr

Better Code – Sean Parent

Getting High Regression Test Coverage Quickly using Approval Testing – Emily Bache

Good Modern C++ Design and Practices – Peter Sommerlad

Introduction to CMake – Craig Scott

Jumpstart Julia – Erik Engheim

Modern C++ Idioms – Mateusz Pusz


The registration is open and the "early bird" is available until 2020-02-03.






Madrid C++: C++ and WebAssembly

New C and C++ meetup in Madrid. Thursday the 30th at Liferay's HQ.

How to accelerate a website with C++ and WebAssembly (Spanish)

with Juan Morales and Miguel Cantón

In order to reduce latency, costs and gain scalability we decided to perform data analysis with Graphext using WebAssembly in the browser. We will talk about how to use emscripten to compile a C++ project to make it portable on all browsers.

ACCU 2020 Registration is open -- ACCU

The registration for the upcomming ACCU 2020 conference, 2020-03-25 to 2020-03-28, in Bristol, UK has opened.

ACCU 2020 Registration


About the conference:

Historically, ACCU has a lot of C++ and C content, and is proud of that: ACCU is the foremost annual conference for people interested in C++ and C, at least in and around the UK. But it is not just a C++ and C conference, ACCU is about programming in whatever language people are using, with whatever tools and processes people are using: D, Chapel, Java, Kotlin, C#, F#, Groovy, Rust, Go, Python, Ruby, Lisp, to name just a few programming languages about which there have been sessions at ACCU conferences. Git, CMake, Meson, TDD, BDD, allthese tools and techniques have been the focus of sessions at ACCU. The ACCU Conference is looking for sessions that will be interesting to people who create software.

Our keynote speaker are this year: Patricia Aas, Emily Bache, Kevlin Henney and Sean Parent

There are these preconference workshops the day before the conference:



C++ on Sea 2020 - Student and Volunteer programmes

Our Student and Volunteer programmes for 2020 are now open.

Students and Volunteers, programmes for 2020

From the article:

These provide valuable opportunities for those who might not otherwise be able to attend to benefit from the conference - either very cheaply, or even for free!

Full details can be found on the Students and Volunteers programme pages, respectively.

If you are a student, but would also like to volunteer, you may apply to both programmes.

Note that applications for volunteers will remain open until 26th January 2020.