Talks at Meeting C++ 2016

Most talks of this years Meeting C++ conference are now online:

Talks at Meeting C++ 2016

by Jens Weller

The top 7 Talks chosen by the voting:

Exploring C++17 and beyond
C++ Static Analysis
Functional reactive programming in C++
C++ Core Guidelines: Migrating your Code Base
Want fast C++? Know your hardware!
The memory model in C++
Implementing `static` control flow in C++14

Announcing the Meeting C++ Workshop Day!

I finally can announce the Meeting C++ Workshop day on Dec. 3rd in front of the Meeting C++ Conference:

Announcing the Meeting C++ Workshop Day!

by Jens Weller

From the article:

For the first time ever, I do organize a Workshop Day in front of Meeting C++! This is going to be a fun day giving you the knowledge of either C++ in embedded or parallelism.

While some details are still in the making, I already can announce that the speakers of the parallelism workshop are Thomas Heller, Boris Schäling and Michael Wong! The embedded workshop will feature a hands on session from KDAB "Creating HMI for embedded devices with C++ and Qt/QML" by Tobias Koenig.


Call for Papers: C++ track at NDC Oslo 2015, June 17-19

ndc-2015.pngThere was a lot of interest for the very strong C++ track that we hosted at the NDC conference in Oslo last summer. Here is a brief summary of the event, including links to the videos we recorded.

We are repeating the success this year, June 17-19. A few big C++ names has already been signed up, but there is still available slots in the agenda. If you would like to be part of the C++ track this year, please submit your proposal soon.

Call For Papers for NDC Oslo 2015

The CFP closes February 15.


Meeting C++ is sold out!

Last week the last ticket for Meeting C++ has been sold:

Meeting C++ is sold out for now

by Jens Weller

from the Article:

Ticket sales have been strong all summer long, and those who have yet not got their ticket will have to wait, maybe even for next year. There might be a second batch of tickets, which will not be more then 10-30 tickets released at the beginning of November. But for now, we are at almost 300 Attendees for Meeting C++! This includes the 50 Students, the speakers, the staff and all sold tickets.