Voting results for Meeting C++ 2019
On Sunday the voting on all talks submitted for this years Meeting C++ conference ended. Here is a quick overview on the results.
With 184 active voting sessions, this year sets a new record. This helps in giving every talk a fair review, as not all sessions get to cover the 120 submitted talks. A little less then 50% of the active voting sessions came from folks already having tickets for this year. These sessions receive a higher vote weight in the end result.
Top 11 Talks
This will be the main Track:
|Adelstein Lelbach||Modules are Coming|
|Engert||Modules - The Beginner's Guide|
|Hoekstra||Algorithm Intuition II|
|Doumler||C++20: The small things|
|Josuttis||Combining C++17 Features in Practice|
|Adelstein Lelbach||The C++20 Synchronization Library|
|Gross||Counting nanoseconds: benchmarking C++ code|
|Kalb||Modern Template Techniques|
|Bahadir||Oh No! More Modern CMake|
|Renn-Giles||Real-time programming in modern C++|
There are additional 32 Talks accepted, forming the B-D Tracks. Of which the C track is mostly for new speakers and the D track kind of gives a balance to topics and speakers.
The selection of talks was this year also difficult, as some folks from the committee want to attend after the ISO C++ Meeting in Belfast. So the voting has given again a good selection for the main track, and after that I had to see how to balance on talks, topics, speakers and committee members.
The full program should be released in July, followed by the schedule in August or September.
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