published at 31.01.2019 20:05
The monthly over view of upcoming C++ User Group meetings!
published at 15.01.2019 10:27
The first videos of last years Meeting C++ Conference have been released. Lightning talks and Keynotes are already online, the first talks will be online this week.
published at 04.01.2019 10:08
Its a new year! Maybe you'd like to get active in your local user group? Give a (lightning) talk or start helping out the organizers! In the User Group section you'll find the details on how to start your own C++ User Group.
published at 03.12.2018 09:35
The monthly overview about which User Groups meet in this month. Want to start your own C++ User Group? Get started in the Meeting C++ User Group section!
published at 29.11.2018 12:58
Two weeks ago, Meeting C++ 2018 started. The first attendees got their badges and it was again this time of year for my staff, the volunteers and myself: conference time.
published at 02.11.2018 16:59
The monthly C++ User Group Meeting overview! Learn how to get your own C++ User Group started in our C++ User Group section!
published at 26.10.2018 11:40
With this schedule update, Talks and Speakers are linked to their info/profile pages and the lounge track is now visible.
published at 10.10.2018 10:11
With the beginning of October all regular tickets for Meeting C++ were sold out. Now I am able to go a bit further in Seating in our venue, so about 40 extra tickets become available.
published at 03.10.2018 13:31
The monthly posting on upcoming C++ User Group meetings! Want to start your own C++ User Group? Take a look into the User Group Section at Meeting C++!
published at 03.10.2018 12:51
... since Monday afternoon. The sales this year have been way ahead of where they used to be. There is a waiting list, but right now it looks like with a few more sponsors sending their share of attendees, that Meeting C++ is sold out for 2018.
published at 17.09.2018 15:11
For the last 3 years Dampsoft has been sending attendees to the conference, and a few weeks they decided to look at also being a sponsor for the conference! Thanks for contributing to the conference through sponsoring as a platin sponsor!
published at 15.09.2018 18:34
A short reminder, that you have one more month to apply to the programs for student and diversity/support tickets!
published at 14.09.2018 11:15
Happy to welcome the Qt company back as a gold sponsor for Meeting C++ 2018. Qt is an important and widely used framework for writing applications in C++ in the industry.
published at 13.09.2018 12:02
Today I can announce that Native Instruments returns to the conference as a partner sponsor! They're the second sponsor to support Meeting C++ through more then sponsoring!
published at 22.08.2018 15:14
Today I can announce a new offering in the recruiting area of Meeting C++: the CV upload form.
published at 16.08.2018 16:15
I'm always happy when a new sponsor returns to the conference, and this time its Flow Traders. But they also decided to sponsor one of the coffee breaks!
published at 15.08.2018 15:40
I am excited to announce the first Platin Sponsor for Meeting C++ 2018: TeamViewer.
published at 08.08.2018 12:01
I'm happy to announce a new gold sponsor, a company based in Berlin: GSP Sprachtechnologie
published at 01.08.2018 10:57
With August the holidays make some User Groups take a break, while others go on having a summer BBQ. And some just continue as normal with talks and C++ topics. Want to find or start your local User Group? Look at the listing of User Groups.
published at 11.07.2018 11:26
On Sunday the voting ended for this years conference. And the results are interesting, each talk received between 87 and 104 votes from 147 active voting sessions. In total its 10685 votes casted. So lots of folks did have a look at each talk, the average of the collected votings is then what determines the top talks at the conference. More on this below.