Announcing Meeting C++ 2020!

Today I have the honor to give the kick-off for the official planning and participation in Meeting C++2020:

Announcing Meeting C++ 2020

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Meeting C++ returns with its 2020 conference edition! Like in the previous years, we'll be meeting in Berlin from the 12. - 14th November!

With the current situation of COVID-19, planning events for this year is difficult, though I have decided to go ahead and start the preparations for Meeting C++ 2020! I will keep you posted through out 2020 on the changes for this years conference!

Pure Virtual C++ Conference 2020 (April 30, online)

pvcpp.PNGEven though most spring C++ events are cancelled, a new one was just announced for the end of this month!

Sign up for Pure Virtual C++ Conference 2020

by Sy Brand

From the post:

Pure Virtual C++ 2020 is a free single-track one-day virtual conference for the whole C++ community. It is taking place on Thursday 30th April 2020 from 14:30 to 23:00 UTC. Sign up on the event website.

All talks will be pre-recorded and streamed on YouTube Live with a live Q&A session with the speakers. After the event, the talks will be available to watch online for free.

Italian C++ Conference 2020 will be an online-only event--Marco Arena

Due to COVID-19 global situation, we have made the decision that:

Italian C++ Conference 2020 will be an online-only event

by Marco Arena

From the article:

In light of recent developments globally and the growing concerns around the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we have made the decision that this year’s Italian C++ Conference will be an online-only/virtual event. It will be scheduled for the same day at the same time (June 13 from 9 AM to 6 PM CEST)...

C++ on Sea 2020 Conference Rethink

Given where we are now with the Coronavirus pandemic, a physical event in June no longer seems feasible - or responsible.

2020 Conference Rethink

by C++ on Sea

From the article:

None of these [options] are ideal, but cancelling is our least favourite - especially given that we have a solid progamme arranged, and a lot of interest in the community. We would still prefer to hold an event in some form this year.

Are you ready for C++Now?--Jon Kalb


Are you ready for C++Now?

by Jon Kalb

From the article:

C++Now, which takes place in Aspen this May, refers to itself as A Gathering of C++ Experts and Enthusiasts from around the world. The conference, originally called BoostCon, was started so that Boost library authors, who had gotten to know each other online, could meet and discuss face to face. The Boost library is where experts develop and put into production the cutting edge techniques of C++...

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!