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Hello, Meeting C++ is an independent platform for C++, supporting the C++ community by sharing news, blogs and events for C++. The yearly Meeting C++ Conference and the C++ User Group Düsseldorf is what got Meeting C++ started, and today Jens Weller, the founder of Meeting C++, is fully dedicated to building a global network for C++. With a strong focus on C++, its libraries and community. Also Meeting C++ is an advocate for local C++ User Groups, and has motivated many to join or start a local group.

Meeting C++ 2019 is from the 14th - 16th November in Berlin!

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A lot of time goes into creating C++ content shared through Meeting C++. Its network offers a reach into the C++ community, with a following of over 60k across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, G+, Youtube and Xing! Once a week the Meeting C++ blog roll offers an overview into the latest news and blog entries about C++, which are also shared daily via social media. Please subscribe to the RSS Feeds to stay up to date with everything at Meeting C++. You also can support the work of Meeting C++ for the C++ Community via Patreon.

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Keynotes at Meeting C++ 2019

  • Howard Hinnant
  • Howard Hinnant

  • Frances Buontempo
  • Frances Buontempo

  • Walter E. Brown
  • Walter E. Brown

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"Lets quickly fix this crash"

published at 09.08.2018 20:08

A specific action causes one of my applications to crash. And so far I've just ignored it, as its not something that hinders daily use. But as I mostly get to work with code written by my self, no body else to blame or fix it. So yesterday I thought - ok - lets quickly fix this. After all I had the IDE already open...

TIL: inheriting constructors, default parameters and enable_if

published at 26.04.2018 23:11

... might not mix that well. And its an interesting language detail causing it.

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The voting on the talks for Meeting C++ 2019 begins!

published at 14.06.2019 11:48

With today, you can start to vote on all 120 submitted talks for Meeting C++ 2019!

C++ User Group Meetings in June

published at 07.06.2019 12:55

The monthly listing of upcoming C++ User Group meetings. This time its a bit late, so groups which met until today aren't in the listing, same goes for groups announcing their meetups in the next days.

Seven days to submit your talk to Meeting C++ 2019!

published at 03.06.2019 12:35

A reminder: you have until next week Monday to submit your talk to this years Meeting C++ conference! Submission deadline is the 10th June at 23:59 Berlin time! Submit your talk to Meeting C++ 2019!

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published at 08.03.2019 16:27

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C++ generalist for machine vision team

published at 01.03.2019 09:50

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published at 01.03.2019 09:49

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