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Hello, Meeting C++ is an independent platform for C++, sharing news, blogs and events for C++. The yearly Meeting C++ Conference and the C++ User Group Düsseldorf is what got Meeting C++ started, and today Jens Weller, the founder of Meeting C++, is fully dedicated to building a global network for C++. With a strong focus on C++, its libraries and community. Also Meeting C++ is an advocate for local C++ User Groups, and has motivated many to join or start a local group.

Meeting C++ 2017 is at the 9th - 11th November in Berlin!

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A lot of time goes into creating C++ content shared through Meeting C++. Its network offers a reach into the C++ community, with a following of over 50k across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, G+, Youtube and Xing! Once a week the Meeting C++ blog roll is posted, news and blog entries are shared daily in social media. Please subscribe to the RSS Feeds to stay up to date with everything at Meeting C++.

Read about the C++, Qt, ISO Standardization and other C++ related things on the Meeting C++ blog. Join our Meeting C++ live stream on youtube, or watch "Just C++" and the talks of past conferences!

 

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A CppCon 2017 trip report

published at 06.10.2017 23:32

I'd like to share my experience of attending CppCon 2017, or how I'd like to describe it: playing multiplayer "find waldo" for one week. This is also the first time, that I attend a CppCon without speaking, I could complain about this, but actually I was very happy not to speak. There was no time to prepare a new talk anyways, Meeting C++ has kept me busy, but back to CppCon.

Future proofing our C++ APIs

published at 12.08.2017 20:30

While writing my CMS, I made one experience: using both std and boost versions of various types in the same code base. Often, it is a 3rd library, in this case from boost, which I use, only supporting the old boost versions. Which is fine, but it makes maintenance and working with the code more difficult, as constantly you see a mix of boost and std.

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Keynotes at Meeting C++ 2017

published at 17.10.2017 22:23

Are you excited for Meeting C++ 2017?!? I quickly wanted to give an update on the 3 keynotes at the conference this year! Each day will feature one keynote, where the first two are in the morning, while the Closing Keynote is kind of the last thing to happen before the closing message. Also, all 3 keynote speakers have now (finally) their speaker profile.

Bloomberg joins the Gold Sponsors

published at 17.10.2017 12:27

I want to thank Bloomberg for supporting Meeting C++ as a Gold Sponsor in 2017:

A new Gold Sponsor: SSW Trading

published at 16.10.2017 18:12

I'd like to welcome a new gold sponsor to the conference, SSW Trading is for a first time present as a sponsor with a booth at Meeting C++:

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published at 20.10.2017 11:24

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Become a Software Engineer @ Undo

published at 14.09.2017 23:40

Software/Firmware Engineer (f/m)

published at 24.08.2017 17:56

Join think-cell as a C++ developer

published at 24.08.2017 17:43

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