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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.

Announcing the closing keynote of Meeting C++ 2020!

Finally I can announce the closing keynote of this years Meeting C++ conference!

Announcing the closing keynote of Meeting C++ 2020

by Jens Weller

From the article:

During September I was thinking about this years closing keynote. It would have been fine to leave it open, but its also the case that 2020 gives us opportunities and so I thought about who could be giving this years closing keynote.

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.

Refactoring from single to multi purpose

Working on an old project, it came to my mind that I do this refactoring from one static path to multiple options for the 2nd time this year...

Refactoring from single to multi purpose

by Jens Weller

From the article:

For the second time this year I'm refactoring a program from a single purpose to have two or more modes of operation. Both times the start and end result is similar, just the processing is different. A classic case of using polymorphism.

The first program was a tool to process videos from speakers, find a face and export the subframe around it into a new video. The first mode was a good approach to test it, and gave results for some speakers. The second mode did a complete scan first, and then gave a smoother video for some videos. Still, both modes had to be retained...

Two new ticket types for Meeting C++

Some news from Meeting C++: there is now one ticket for virtual events of Meeting C++ and for Meeting C++ online a limited amount of sponsored tickets is available

Two new ticket types for Meeting C++

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Today I can announce two important updates for Meeting C++ online and Meeting C++ 2020!

One online ticket for Meeting C++ 2020 and Meeting C++ online

While you can buy separate tickets for Meeting C++ online and 2020, now there is an online ticket for all virtual Meeting C++ events in 2020 available! You can get it in the ticketshop of Meeting C++ 2020 only, as this is the easiest process to offer it. The ticket enables you to attend these online conferences...

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.