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Annoucing Meeting C++ 2022

The dates and more has been announced for Meeting C++ 2022:

Announcing Meeting C++ 2022

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Meeting C++ 2022 (17th - 19th November) will be a hybrid event, returning to Berlin while also being an online event for all that can't make it to the Andels in Berlin.

After two years, this years conference will be the first hosted on site again. For 3 days Meeting C++ will offer the best of C++ in talks and 3 keynotes. Keynotes will be announced later, there is a long list of folks I'd like to keynote, but I haven't decided on this at the moment...

Announcing the second set of AMAs for Meeting C++ 2021

Today I can share with you the second set of AMAs at Meeting C++ 2021

Announcing the second set of AMAs for Meeting C++ 2021

by Jens Weller

From the article:

This second set of C++ Experts nicely completes the first one. Its now a mix of folks involved with the C++ Standard complimented with experience in C++ and other languages. All of them have made contributions to C++ and our community, very much looking forward to see the set of questions for each of them in November!

Announcing Meeting C++ 2021 online conference!

This years Meeting C++ conference has been announced! It will be from Nov 10-12th online.

Announcing Meeting C++ 2021 online conference!

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Finally I can announce the official start of this years conference with the begin of the call for talks and the first batch of tickets available!

Meeting C++ 2021 will be from 10th - 12th November (Wed- Fri) and 100% online. Thats different from last year, when part of the planning always had to keep in mind that a hybrid event might become the "better" format due to venue contracts. This was one of the reasons last years conference was single track. Like every year the conference will run under Berlin Code of Conduct.

Jonathan Boccaras Meeting C++ 2020 opening keynote: meta-polymorphism

Some details for the opening keynote of Meeting C++ 2020 in two weeks!

Jonathan Boccaras Meeting C++ 2020 opening keynote: meta-polymorphism

by Jens Weller

From the article:

When you hear polymorphism you may think virtual functions, but this is just one speck of dust in the polymorphism universe.

Jason Turner and Rob Irving join Meeting C++ 2020 for an shared AMA

The 3rd and last AMA planned for Meeting C++ 2020 is with Jason Turner and Rob Irving!

Jason Turner and Rob Irving join Meeting C++ 2020 for an shared AMA

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Jason and Rob are well known for being the Hosts of CppCast, but also have a live beyond this in the tech world. Jason is well known for his C++ weekly and recently published a book about C++ best practices. While Rob is an experienced software developer and team lead with a strong focus on C++, but also knows C#, Objective C, Java and Ruby.

The current Berlin status for Meeting C++ 2020

An update on how Meeting C++ 2020 will be online but also feature a small onsite event in Berlin:

The current Berlin status for Meeting C++ 2020

by Jens Weller

From the article:

With this post I'd like to give you the details for the onsite event in Berlin in November 2020.

First, let me say that unless there is a local lockdown, this is going to happen. I've been in Berlin at the beginning of the week, and had a meeting with the hotel. So this is the up to date information. And I assume for some of you its something to look forward to, to enjoy a real conference with actual people in 2020. The tickets for Berlin are available, and these include access to the online event.

Adding ask me anything to Meeting C++ 2020

Some news about this years Meeting C++ conference: we'll have 2 AMAs!

Adding ask me anything to Meeting C++ 2020

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Some news on Meeting C++ 2020! Attendees will be able to attend AMA sessions with...

During CppCon I noticed how well AMA sessions went and that they are a great feature for an online conference. And for some time I knew that this years conference has some extra space for content due to its online nature.

A few details and thoughts on online events like Meeting C++ online

Some details and backgrounds on how the online events like CppCon and Meeting C++ 2020/online work

A few details and thoughts on online events like Meeting C++ online

by Jens Weller

From the article:

A few weeks ago I announced Meeting C++ online, and now the first two online events have happend. Now I'd like to share a bit more details with you.