Meeting C++ 2020 November 12 - 14
The Schedule, Talks and Speakers are now online for this ever growing ‘partly virtual ‘event for the European C++ community. KDAB is proud to be a Gold sponsor this year.
This year’s online conference features eleven talks in one track. On November 14th you can see a talk from KDAB’s Marc Mutz: Partially-Formed Objects For Fun And Profit.
While the details are on the website, here’s the full talks list and their speakers:
- 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
Meeting C++ 2020 is planned as a hybrid event, where a few folks can attend in Berlin according to the COVID-19 rules. The larger part of the conference will happen online.
Find out more about Meeting C++ and how it’s grown, from Jens Weller, who created the event.