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Top11 Talks and other voting results for Meeting C++ 2018

The voting for the talks at Meeting C++ 2018 ended, and the results are in!

Voting results for Meeting C++ 2018

by Jens Weller

From the article:

On Sunday the voting ended for this years conference. And the results are interesting, each talk received between 87 and 104 votes from 147 active voting sessions. In total its 10685 votes casted. So lots of folks did have a look at each talk, the average of the collected votings is then what determines the top talks at the conference...

Registration for Student- and Supporttickets for Meeting C++ 2018 is available

Meeting C++ has opened their programs for attending the conference over the student- and support ticket programs.

Announcing the student and support tickets for Meeting C++ 2018

by Jens Weller

From the article:

The programs for attending Meeting C++ with through a free ticket are back! You can now register for a Student and/or Support ticket.

Also, additionally the application form for the volunteer program is open...

The first 5 companies have joined the employer listing at Meeting C++!

Since this year, Meeting C++ offers companies the option to be listed as a C++ employer:

The first 5 companies have joined the employer listing!

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Happy to report that now 5 companies are listed in the employer listing in the Meeting C++ job section!

These are:

    KDAB
    QuasarDB
    think-cell
    Tenzir
    Rieke Computersysteme

Start speaking at Meeting C++ 2018

As it was a big success last year, Meeting C++ has again a track for new speakers, and is looking for folks which like to submit their talk ideas to the conference!

The call for Talks for Meeting C++ 2018 ends on June 17th.

Call for a more diverse program at Meeting C++ 2018!

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Last years track for new speakers was a great success, so Meeting C++ will dedicate a track to this now in every year. So I'd like to reach out to the C++ Community, who do you think has something interesting to say about C++ and could start speaking at this years Meeting C++?

C++ User Group Meetings in June

Lots of User Groups are meeting in June, Meeting C++ has posted an detailed overview:

C++ User Group Meetings in June 2018

by Jens Weller

From the article:

The monthly overview of upcoming C++ User Group meetings. Join a C++ User Group near you, or learn how to start your own!

There are 4 new C++ User Groups: Houston, Prague, Cluj, New York.

 

“Modern C++ Template Programming” with Nicolai Josuttis

Meeting C++ 2018 offers also a workshop with Nicolai Josuttis:

Modern C++ Template Programming

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Each and every C++ programmer uses templates. Containers such as vector<> or array<>, strings, algorithms such as sort(), iterators, and I/O streams are all implemented as generic code. Modern C++ adds type traits, smart pointers, and template member functions such as emplace(), and generic lambdas as a tricky form of generic code.

Nevertheless the knowledge and understanding of how to implement and use templates is very limited and each and every programmer is sooner or later getting uncertain.

This workshop therefore discusses templates for a whole day to make clear what it means to use templates and how to use them in practice. As a result the general understanding of templates will be improved and generic code might become more helpful and less surprising.

Keynotes at Meeting C++ 2018

Much to expect from this years set of Keynote speakers at Meeting C++ 2018

Keynotes at Meeting C++ 2018

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Two of them are well known for a long time in the C++ community as speakers and book authors, while Lisa can be seen as a newcomer. All three of them still have some time to think about what they'd like to talk about, I might give you more insights into the keynotes later this year.

Submit your talk to Meeting C++ 2018

The call for talks for Meeting C++ 2018 is open until June 10th:

Submit your talk to Meeting C++ 2018!

by Jens Weller

From the article:

This year its the 7th edition of Meeting C++, the 2nd time that it spans 3 days!

Speaking at Meeting C++ is a fun experience, you get to attend the speakers dinner, attend the full conference for free and enjoy the luxurious Hotelrooms the Andels offers from Wednesday to Saturday! You can look at last years schedule to get a feel for what your competition might talk about, but have in mind that you don't see the talks that were not submitted! If you want to talk about a C++ topic that wasn't covered yet, or have a unique idea for your talk, please submit!

Start speaking!

Meeting C++ encourages you to start speaking about C++, as we all like to hear more and different voices and opinions on the wide range that C++ has become since C++11. Thats why Meeting C++ has a track that is dedicated to new speakers! If this is of interest to you, please read Jon Kalbs blog post on Developing Talk Ideas, additional information on speaking and slide design is available in the speaking guidelines of Meeting C++! You'll find help with your talk in the C++ slack under #speakerscorner.
Also you can submit talks on embedded to Meeting Embedded 2018!

Announcing Meeting C++ 2018

The details for Meeting C++ 2018:

Announcing Meeting C++ 2018

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Meeting C++ returns with its 2018 conference edition! Like in the previous years, we'll be meeting in Berlin from the 15. - 17th November!

Call for Talks will start soon, just as last year, Meeting C++ 2018 has a track for new speakers!