Meeting C++ 2020 programme & online tickets available!
Two Sundays ago the voting on this years submissions ended, and with today I'm able to share the talks for Meeting C++ 2020 with you!
Accepted Talks for Meeting C++ 2020
- How C++20 changes the way we write code by Timur Doumler
- Hidden Features and Traps of C++ Move Semantics by Nicolai Josuttis
- C++ Concepts vs Rust Traits vs Haskell Typeclasses vs Swift Protocols by Conor Hoekstra
- Template Shenanigans: Testing, debugging and benchmarking template code by Jonathan O'Connor
- Building an Intuition for Composition by Sy Brand
- The Static Initialization Order Fiasco - How to Properly Initialize Global State by Jonathan Müller
- Lambdas, uses and abuses by Dawid Zalewski
- OO Considered Harmful by Phil Nash
- Calling Functions: A Tutorial by Klaus Iglberger
- 40 Years Of Evolution from Functions to Coroutines by Rainer Grimm
- Partially-Formed Objects For Fun And Profit by Marc Mutz
In other years this would be the main program, with 3 more tracks to fill, but in 2020, the yearly Meeting C++ conference will be single track. The voting already gave pretty good guiding in selecting the talks the community would like to see, with a few additions, as some speakers managed to get two talks into the Top 11 talks. The pandemic had also very clear affect on who did submit, and who didn't. There is a lack of folks not willing to risk traveling in this special year in the submissions, which I can understand. Also there is some great submissions, which did not make the cut, as only 11 slots are available for this years main conference. I'm working on a solution for this.
Meeting C++ 2020 online tickets are available
I've made a first batch of online only tickets for Meeting C++ 2020 available in the ticket shop. Meeting C++ 2020 will have an online component, and this is the ticket for this part of the conference. If you'd prefer to attend in Berlin, please register for the Meeting C++ 2020 waiting list. I'll be offering the onsite tickets later this year, likely in October, as this is when we'll be able to say more about the details of what will be in Berlin.
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