Confirmed Speakers & Talks at Meeting C++ 2017
Last week the decisions for who could speak at Meeting C++ 2017 was made, and the selected candidates were contacted. Here is a little overview on talks and speakers for this years conference. There is a few speakers which haven't reacted yet, hope to share these talks soon too.
Speakers & Talks at Meeting C++ 2017
- Mutz - Stringviews, stringviews everywhere
- Kazakova - Tools from the C++ eco-system to save a leg
- Mendelsohn - Reader-Write Lock versus Mutex - Understanding a Lost Bet
- Jusiak - Concepts driven design
- Turner - Practical constexpr
- Schäling - The hidden rules of world-class C++ code
- Brand - How C++ Debuggers Work
- Müller - Fun with (user-defined) attributes
- Turner - Moving to C++17
- Cukic - Functional Data Structures
- Iglberger - Free Your Functions!
- Horváth - Beyond the Compiler: Advanced Tools for Better Productivity
- Bolívar Puente - The most valuable values
- Henney - Declarative Thinking, Declarative Practice
- Bratterud - True parallelism with no concept of threads
- Bikineev - Reflection in C++Next
- Ropert - C++ API & ABI versioning
- Bergner - Reactive Equations
- Bergdoll - Is std::function really the best we can do?
- Reischuck - Improve your C++ by taking inspirations from other languages
- Mallia - C++: unexpected behaviour
- Grimm - Threads and Locks must Go
- Petriconi - There Is A New Future
- Mertz - Code Reviews - Why, What, and How
- Lakos - Local ("Arena") Memory Allocators
- Douglas - Introduction to proposed std::expected<T, E>
- Nash - Modern C++ Testing with Catch2
- van den Elsen - Testing and Verification of Concurrent Programs
- Boccara - Strong types for strong interfaces
These are most talks, a few are missing, as the speaker hasn't yet contacted me. Unfortunately also one speaker is not able to come and present. A more complete overview and the schedule for the conference will take a few weeks, as first goal is to launch the new website...