Meeting C++ 2015
This years Meeting C++ conference is in Berlin on the 4th and 5th December at the Andels Hotel.
|Opening Keynote||Closing Keynote|
|Chandler Carruth||Lars Knoll|
The conference will features 28 additional Talks in 4 Tracks.
This year we stay at the Andels Hotel in Berlin. Details at the location page.
In front of the conference, there is one day full of knowledge on either embedded or parallelism. The attendence is not included in the conference fee, and is limited to around 40 slots for each workshop.
Code of Conduct
Meeting C++ does not have a code of conduct on its own, but I feel very good about the Berlin Code of Conduct. Hence its rules do apply to the Meeting C++ conference.
So, please be professional and relaxed while visiting Meeting C++, so that every one can enjoy the conference.
Feel free to report anything to my staff and/or myself.
Meeting C++ has this year a sponsored student program. Our sponsor think-cell will bring 50 students to the conference, and also organize a C++ workshop one day before the conference on the 3rd December. Deadline for applications is the 29th October, further details are at the event page from think-cell.
Tickets are available at the ticketshop. Normal Tickets are 599 €, Early Bird Tickets cost 399 €. From mid of October Late tickets will be 699 €.
We are looking for sponsors for our conference but also for Meeting C++ as a platform/project for C++. Meeting C++ offers you access to the german and european C++ Community, if you are interested in sponsoring, please contact me.
What to expect?
You will get two days filled with pretty good C++ content, there will be 28 talks in 4 tracks and 2 keynotes at the conference! A first overview gives you this years schedule. This year the theme track will be "embedded".
The Meeting C++ conference was born in 2012, as a follow up to the founding of the local C++ User Group NRW. Meeting C++ is a independent C++ conference, which is organized once a year over the Meeting C++ platform for the C++ community. This website serves two main purposes: being the conference website and also supporting the local C++ User Groups in Europe. For now we list the User Groups from Germany (Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg, NRW (Düsseldorf, Aachen, Dortmund)), Belgium, London, Poland, Russia and Italy.