Meeting C++ 2017 Schedule

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Day 1

8:00 Registration
9:30 Welcome Message
10:00

Keynote - Sean Parent

Better Code: Human interface

Sean Parent
12:00 Lunchbreak
  Track A Track B Track C Track D
13:15

Practical C++17

Jason Turner

Threads and Locks must Go

Rainer Grimm

Deep Learning with C++

Peter Goldsborough

Dragging C++ into the modern era: a proposal for a 2D Graphics API

Guy Davidson

14:15

short break

Bernstein Lounge track - boost meeting

14:30

Functional Data Structures

Ivan Cukic

Strong types for strong interfaces

Jonathan Boccara

Improve your C++ with inspirations from other languages

Andreas Reischuck

How to Use Free Visualization Tools to Optimize Applications and Parallel Computing

Dori Exterman

15:30

Coffeebreak

Bernstein Lounge track - Diversity meeting

16:00

How C++ Debuggers Work

Simon Brand

Modern C++ Testing with Catch2

Phil Nash

Reflection in C++Next

Anton Bikineev

Local ("Arena") Memory Allocators

John Lakos

17:00

short break

Bernstein Lounge track - Qt meeting

17:15

Beyond the Compiler: Advanced Tools for Better Productivity

Gábor Horváth

The Three Little Dots and the Big Bad Lambdas

Joel Falcou

C++ API & ABI versioning

Mathieu Ropert

Local ("Arena") Memory Allocators II

John Lakos

18:15

Short Break -> Food -> Party -> End of Day 1

Conan C++ Quiz begins at 20:30

Thanks to JFrog for sponsoring this event!

Day 2

9:30

Good Morning C++

10:00

Keynote - Kate Gregory

Its complicated!

12:00 Lunchbreak
  Track A Track B Track C Track D
13:15

Practical constexpr

Jason Turner

There Is A New Future

Felix Petriconi

C++: unexpected behaviour

Antonio Mallia, Jaime Alonso Lorenzo

An inspiring introduction to Template Metaprogramming

Milosz Warzecha

14:15

short break

Bernstein Lounge track - Audio Dev Meeting

14:30

Concepts driven design

Kris Jusiak

The Performance Addict's toolbox

Peter Steinbach

Is std::function really the best we can do?

Lukas Bergdoll

Beginning with C++ (Panel)

Jens Weller

15:30

Coffeebreak

Bernstein Lounge track - #include meeting

16:00

Declarative Thinking, Declarative Practice

Kevlin Henney

Introduction to proposed std::expected<T, E>

Niall Douglas

Dealing with software dependencies

Kiki de Rooij, Peter Bindels

C++ is late to the party: package management is only the beginning

Diego Rodriguez-Losada

17:30

short break

Bernstein Lounge track - User Group organizers

17:45

The most valuable values

Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente

Modern CMake for modular design

Mathieu Ropert

This talk is a replacement for the talk from Susanne van den Elsen.

Fantastic Algorithms and Where To Find Them

Nicholas Ormrod

Tools from the C++ eco-system to save a leg

Anastasia Kazakova

18:45 Food -> Party -> End of Day 2

Day 3

  Track A Track B Track C Track D
9:00

Fun with (user-defined) attributes

Jonathan Müller

Code Reviews - Why, What, and How

Arne Mertz

Reactive Equations

André Bergner

 Lightning Talks
10:00

short break

Bernstein Lounge track - Embedded meeting

10:20

Free your functions

Klaus Iglberger

Bringing Clang-tidy Magic to Visual Studio C++ Developers

Victor Ciura

This talk is a replacement for the talk from Jackie Kay.

True parallelism with no concept of threads

Alfred Bratterud

  Lightning Talks
11:20

short break

Bernstein Lounge track - General User Group Meeting

11:40

The hidden rules of world-class C++ code

Boris Schäling

Stringviews, stringviews everywhere

Marc Mutz

Reader-Write Lock versus Mutex - Understanding a Lost Bet

Jeffrey Mendelsohn

  Lightning Talks
12:40 Lunchbreak
14:00 Meeting C++ Update
15:30 Coffeebreak
16:00

Closing Keynote - Wouter van Ooijen

What can C++ offer embedded, what can embedded offer C++?

Wouter van Ooijen
17:xx The End

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