JetBrains Brings CppCon 2021 to You
We are always happy to support community initiatives, such as community meetups and conferences, which are a great source of knowledge and experience.
Following our long-lasting video sponsorship of the C++Now conference, we are proud to announce JetBrains has become an official CppCon YouTube channel sponsor!
One of the biggest C++ events in the world, CppCon gathers nearly 100,000 professionals interested in C++ and its ecosystem on its YouTube channel. Keynotes from CppCon, as well as many other regular talk recordings, are often watched and shared widely in the community. Bringing first-class video recordings to the channel is a great effort by the dedicated conference team, and we are happy to support it!
To help you benefit from the conference content even sooner, we are delighted to offer early access to some of the recordings from CppCon ’21. In these talks, community leaders, influencers, and top language contributors share their views on the state of C++ and its ongoing evolution. If you are unable to attend the conference in person or online, use this opportunity to keep up with the hottest news from the world of C++.
To access these recordings, simply open our dedicated webpage and wait for the recordings to become available!
Here is the list of awesome keynote talks that are coming:
- Six Impossible Things, by Kevlin Henney
- C++20: Reaching for the Aims of C++, by Bjarne Stroustrup
- Extending and Simplifying C++: Thoughts on Pattern Matching Using `is` and `as`, by Herb Sutter
- Value in a Procedural World, by Lisa Lippincott
- Small Inspiration, by Michael Caisse
- Warning: std::find() Is Broken!, by Sean Parent
We’ll be publishing the recording soon after the live talk ends. Stay tuned!
By the way, if you are a lucky onsite CppCon conference visitor, go ahead and chat with our new Developer Advocate Timur Doumler, who has just rejoined JetBrains and will attend the conference in Denver. Timur will give a talk about Real-time Programming with the C++ Standard Library and will be happy to chat with you about JetBrains tools for C++, audio/music tech, and low-latency C++.
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