Workshops at using std::cpp 2024 in Madrid

Co-located with the C++ conference in Spain using std::cpp 2024 three one day trainings are offered on senders/receivers (Mateusz Pusz), concepts, ranges and views (Nicolai Josuttis) and design for safer C++ (Peter Sommerlad).

Workshops at using std::cpp 2024 in Madrid

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More detailed information:

Structured Concurrency with Senders and Receivers - Mateusz Pusz (April 22 from 9:00 to 18:30)
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Contemporary Design for Safer C++ - Peter Sommerlad (April 23 from 9:00 to 18:30)
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Concepts, Ranges, and Views - The New Way of Programming in C++ - NIcolai Josuttis (April 24 from 9:00 to 18.30)
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Come to Madrid and meet the experts!



ACCU Early Bird Tickets and Workshops Now Available -- ACCU


The 2024 ACCU Conference has published workshops and opened Early Bird tickets.

Early-bird tickets and workshops now available

From the article:

At time of writing our Early Bird rates are in effect, but hurry! These will end on 15th February, after which standard rates will apply. As ever the cheapest way to get tickets is to be, or become, an ACCU member - so join up today if you're not already a member!

C++ Online

C++ Online is a brand new online C++ conference, including great value training workshops and regular talks, keynotes and lightning talks. The main conference runs from 29th February to 2nd March.

C++ Online, Revisited

From the article:

C++ Online also now has its own website, where you can find all the details, including speakers, workshops and ticket sales.
So go to now!

C++ quiz by PVS-Studio and Sergei Kushnirenko

The PVS-Studio team along with Sergei Kushnirenko prepared a quiz based on his publications about errors he found. Take the quiz, challenge your focus and coding skills while looking for errors in the C++ code. Attention! When taking the quiz, you may exclaim that some tasks are unfair. Indeed. However, please relax and approach them with humor. The quiz is just for fun.

C++ quiz by PVS-Studio and Sergei Kushnirenko

by Sergei Kushnirenko

About the quiz:

After taking the quiz, you may have questions about why this or that answer is marked as correct or incorrect. Welcome to the article: "Breaking down the C++ quiz by Sergei Kushnirenko" — here you will find answers to your questions.  Please read it only after you have puzzled over code snippets with errors and undefined behavior. Be sure — it will be more interesting.

Highlighting the program for Meeting C++ 2023

The first version of the schedule of Meeting C++ 2023 is live!

Highlighting the program for Meeting C++ 2023

by Jens Weller

From the article:

While there is still some changes coming, I wanted to highlight the released schedule of Meeting C++ 2023. The conference it self is less than 2 months away (12th - 14th November).

The program will feature 3 keynotes (1 per day) by Kevlin Henney, Lydia Pintscher and Ivan Čukić...

Workshops for C++ on Sea 2023

The C++ on Sea 2023 pre-conference, one-day workshops, are now available:

Workshops for C++ on Sea 2023

by C++ on Sea

About the workshops

Workshops on coroutines, concurrency and modern C++ idioms from Nathan Baggs, Rainer Grimm and Mateusz Pusz, respectively.

ACCU 2023 Registration is open -- ACCU

The registration for the upcoming ACCU 2023 conference from 2023-04-19 to 2023-04-22 has opened.

ACCU 2023 Registration is open


About the conference

Again we had the opportunity to assemble a great schedule by speakers from the community who want to share their experience!

Our this years keynote speakers are Björn Fahller, Dave Abrahams, Gail Ollis and Stephanie Brenham.

We have two days with full-day workshops before the conference by Mateusz Pusz, Mike Shah, Nico Josuttis, Peter Sommerlad and Vladimir Vishnevskii.

Again Gail Ollis will give an Early Career Day in colaboration with Chris Oldwood, Giovanni Asproni, Jez Higgins, Jon Skeet, Kevlin Henney and Roger Orr for a reduced fee.

Early bird rates apply until 23.59 GMT on Tuesday 28th February 2023.


The Power of Clean C++ -- SonarSource

We use C++ for its raw power. But that power comes at a price: the language is notoriously hard to use correctly and efficiently - especially both at the same time. And that's before you try and make it easy for the next person to read, too!

The Power of Clean C++

by SonarSource

From the announcement:

Regardless of our skill level we could all use a little help writing our best code. In this webinar I'll show how you can be guided by tools that work in your IDE, on your builder server or CI, and as you merge pull requests. Well look at a series of examples of real code - some with less-than-obvious issues and see how these tools work. We’ll get your code clean - and stay clean - with minimal effort and without being overloaded with warnings.

For extra context: this is a Sonar event, so Sonar tools will be shown.