Registration for C++Now 2019 is open!
The eighth annual C++Now Conference will be held at the Aspen Center for Physics in Aspen, Colorado, May 5th to 10th, 2019.
Photograph by Zoetica Ebb. Used with permission.
We expect C++Now to sell out again. Register immediately so you won’t miss out.
Register now at our registration page.
Make your lodging arrangements as soon as possible.
Note to submitters: If you have submitted a session for the 2019 conference, do not register at this time. You will be contacted with registration instructions.
Sponsorship opportunities for 2019 are available. For a copy of the conference Sponsorship Prospectus contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The C++Now 2019 Call For Submissions is open! We invite all members of the C++ community, including first time submitters, to submit session proposals to the 8th annual C++Now Conference: C++Now 2019 (Aspen CO, USA, May 5 – 10, 2019).
C++Now builds upon the resounding success of previous BoostCon and C++Now conferences. We look forward to considering your proposals. You will be joining leading speakers from the entire C++ community in making C++Now 2019 better than ever.
Award Winners Left to right: Jonathan, Gašper, JeanHeyd, Michael, and Ben. (Not pictured: Matt)
Wrapping up C++Now 2018 and announcing C++Now 2019
C++Now 2018 was an exhilarating experience for all attendees. The weather was perfect, both keynotes hit it out of the park, we had a lot of new faces, and the energy was fresh and exciting.
This post will announce the “Best Session” ballot winners, share some trip reports, and announce the dates and location for C++Now 2019.
John Regehr will be the closing keynote for C++Now 2018 with Undefined Behavior and Compiler Optimizations.
John is a professor of computer science at the University of Utah, where his research group creates tools for making software more efficient and correct. One of his projects is Csmith, a tool that generates random C programs. Why? To test compilers, of course. Csmith has been used to find more than 500 previously unknown bugs in production-quality compilers.
John will share some of the insights he’s gained from his research into compilers.
Lisa Lippincott will open C++Now 2018 with The Shape of a Program.
Lisa is Chief Software Architect at Tanium, a bay-area startup, and a popular speaker at C++Now (and other conferences).
She contributes to arcane parts of the C++ standard, accepting the label: language nerd.