September 2022 Conferences Trip Report: NDC TechTown, CoreC++, CppCon
From August 31 to September 16, 2022, I attended three conferences in a row: NDC TechTown in Kongsberg, Norway; CoreC++ in Tel Aviv, Israel; and finally, CppCon in Aurora, Colorado, USA. NDC TechTown and CoreC++ are both in-person conferences, while CppCon is a hybrid event: you can attend either in person or online. I chose to attend all three conferences in person. NDC TechTown (August 31 – September 1, 2022) Core C++ (September 6–7, 2022) CppCon (September 12–16 2022) NDC TechTown (August 31 – September 1, 2022) The first stop of my conference marathon was NDC TechTown, an event I h
C++ Annotated October 2021: CppCon-dedicated Podcast Episode, Combining String and Templates, Move vs. Copy, and UDL Basics
The special October edition of No Diagnostic Required show paired with Cpp.Chat. Digest covering static analyzers in C++, moves in returns, smart pointers and arrays, new syntax for Contracts.
CppCon 2021 trip report
Hello everyone, my name is Timur Doumler (@timur_audio on Twitter), and I have just joined JetBrains as Developer Advocate for C++ tools, including the CLion IDE. I have actually worked at JetBrains as a software engineer in the past, working on CLion’s C++ parser. Apart from that, I have been active as a C++ developer on various projects in the audio and music technology industry (most recently, I co-founded the startup Cradle), as a conference speaker, and as an active member of the ISO C++ standard committee. I am very excited to be re-joining the JetBrains team, and I’m looking forward to
JetBrains Brings CppCon 2021 to You
To help you benefit from the CppCon conference content even sooner, we are delighted to offer early access to some of the recordings from CppCon ’21.
C++ Annotated September 2021: Papers Voted Into C++23, enable_if vs. requires Benchmarks, More on ABI Breakage, and CppCon Program
Papers voted into C++23, enable_if vs requires benchmark, discussions around ABI break, SonarLint plugin for CLion, and CppCon Program.
C++ Annotated: July 2021
C++ language news, sanitizers, C++20 concepts, parallel STL algorithms, C++ tools releases, and interview with Bjarne Stroustrup
C++ Annotated: June 2021
C++ language news, text formatting API, detection idiom and macros in C++, static code analysis plugins for CLion, what can C do that C++ can’t.
JetBrains C++ Team At CppCon 2020
The CppCon conference will be taking place fully online this year. And of course the JetBrains C++ team wouldn’t dream of missing the biggest C++ community event of the year! We’ll join CppCon 2020 with a one-day virtual room hosted by CppCon over Remo on Thursday, September 17. And the great thing is that our CppCon virtual room is open to everyone! What’s in the room: 08:40–08:55 MDT (16:40–16.55 CEST), Supercharge Your Productivity with Just a Few Easy CLion Tricks, demo by Phil Nash. 10:00–10:30 MDT (18:00–18:30 CEST), Q&A with the CLion team. 11:30–12:00 MDT (19:30–20:00 CEST), Q&
C++ Team Online
Hi, We normally start September off with an announcement about our conference trip, our yearly tour of community events. This is an exclusive opportunity for us to meet our users in person, show them a tip or two on how to use our C++ tools, help them with their issues and their questions, and learn from them. 2020 has been challenging for all of us. Offline events, with their tremendous networking value, are on-hold. On the bright side, a new world of online events is evolving, and our C++ team is adapting to this brave new world! What took place in June – August In July, C++ Russia Moscow tr
JetBrains C++ team at CppCon 2018: trip report
Our C++ team is on its way back home from Bellevue, Washington, where CppCon was held during the last week of September. While our memories are still fresh, we’d like to share our impressions of this year’s installment of CppCon. As the biggest and most global C++ event, CppCon gathers attendees from all over the world and unites C++ developers of all levels of knowledge across many areas. Classes, sessions, panels, podcast recordings, lightning talks, open-content sessions, exhibition tables, posters – all these different formats help participants share their knowledge of all aspects of C+
Meet JetBrains C++ team at CppCon 2018
We are happy to announce that this year the JetBrains C++ team will be back to CppCon in Bellevue, WA, USA – the biggest yearly event in the C++ development world – as exhibitors, participants and speakers! We greatly enjoyed it last year and are super-excited to join again! Learn with us JetBrains team is planning to present a selection of topics in the main program: Monday, September 24, 14:00 - 15:00 Modern C++ Testing with Catch2, a talk by Phil Nash Monday, September 24, 16:45 - 17:45 Debug C++ Without Running, a talk by Anastasiia Kazakova Tuesday, September 25, 14:00 - 15
Trip report: the JetBrains C++ team at CppCon 2017
Our C++ team just returned from the main event in the C++ world, the CppCon 2017 conference in Bellevue, Washington. While our impression of this fantastic event is still fresh, we’d like to share our thoughts and findings here with you. Talks CppCon covers a whole range of C++ topics each year. You can learn about the language itself, from current features to the upcoming standards, the dark corners and trickiness of C++. Many strong C++ developers come to CppCon to share their personal experience in C++ customization for Game Dev, Embedded, and other areas. Libraries are also a popul