published at 03.07.2017 15:09
Time for a short overview on this years voting for the program of Meeting C++ 2017! Its been awesome to see 206 ppl vote on the 97 submitted talks, a great program is taking shape. This is the voting average graph for 2017:
published at 03.07.2017 11:52
After a longer break, Meeting C++ live will return this Wednesday on 18:00 CET. With Tony van Eerd as a guest, the topic will be C++17 in examples! Tony is a long time boost fellow and has worked across the Industry with C++, he also gave the closing keynote at Meeting C++ 2013! Currently he is working on advanced projector technology. Also he shared his thoughts and haikus on twitter.
published at 03.07.2017 11:31
I'm happy to start this week with the announcement of a new gold sponsor: the Qt Company!
published at 02.07.2017 15:46
The monthly overview on upcoming C++ User Group meetings! Even as Summer hits with July, still way over 30 User Groups are meeting world wide this month!
published at 28.06.2017 11:07
Today I can announce that JetBrains is returning to Meeting C++ in its 3rd year of sponsorship! They are the second company to go for gold this year!
published at 27.06.2017 16:03
The first company to become a sponsor for this years conference is Vector, an embedded and automotive software company from Stuttgart, Germany:
published at 26.06.2017 16:14
Like in the last 5 years, the Meeting C++ conference is looking for companies willing to support the conference through sponsoring! There is also the limited option of presenting your company at the conference with a booth!
published at 09.06.2017 11:57
With 97 submissions from 75 speakers for Meeting C++ 2017, there is a new record on talks submitted for the Meeting C++ conference!
published at 02.06.2017 15:03
The monthly overview on upcoming C++ User Group meetings! Again, in Summer time, many C++ User Groups meet to share an evening full of C++ with their local community!
published at 31.05.2017 15:58
published at 10.05.2017 11:22
Maybe you can help in an ongoing effort for the C++ Community...
published at 04.05.2017 15:15
Traditionally, the things start for the Meeting C++ conference in April, with announcements and opening of the ticket shop. This is a bit different this year, as some restructuring and reorganisation goes on behind the scenes. And this takes a bit long then planned, so thats why some things this year are a bit more delayed then in the previous years.
published at 01.05.2017 14:26
The monthly overview on upcoming C++ User Group Meetings. Lots of meeting are already planned for May, even more should be announced in the coming weeks.
published at 26.04.2017 11:19
April is almost over, but the ticketshop for Meeting C++ 2017 is still not open? Whats the issue? Well, things are a bit different this year, as I move things into a new company, called Meetingcpp GmbH, and this takes a bit longer then anticipated. The ticketshop should open in May, maybe already next week.
published at 12.04.2017 16:09
You have until June 1st to submit your talk to this years Meeting C++ conference! Like last week announced, this years conference is from the 9th until the 11th November. You can submit your talk here, this will also generate an edit token for you, so that you are able to edit your submission until the deadline on June 1st.
published at 05.04.2017 16:27
Finally I am able to announce this years Meeting C++ conference! It will be the first time that Meeting C++ is 3 days instead of two, spawning from Thursday until Saturday.
published at 03.04.2017 11:27
The monthly update on upcoming C++ User Group meetings! So far there are already 36 Meetings announced!
published at 30.03.2017 12:08
Want to speak about C++ in Düsseldorf? The C++ User Group is looking for presentations beginning in May! Planned talks are visible in the forum of our meetup group.
published at 24.03.2017 12:05
The 2nd episode of Meeting C++ live returns this Sunday with guest Joel Falcou!
published at 08.03.2017 13:11
I can announce that - finally - Meeting C++ live goes live! Tomorrow at 17 CET the first episode is going to air, with guest Rainer Grimm. Rainer Grimm was already involved in the first Meeting C++ conference as a speaker in 2012. He is also a frequent blogger, book author and trainer on C++ related topics!