Keynote details for Meeting C++ 2019
published at 22.10.2019 09:51 by Jens Weller
With just a few weeks left to Meeting C++ 2019, its time for a closer look at the keynotes!
I usually only know the keynote titles, as I want keynotes to be surprises, not normal talks with detailed descriptions of what awaits the viewer. If you'd like to see these keynotes live, a few last tickets are still on sale until next week! Some more details on the keynote speakers can be had at the earlier keynote announcement from April.
Opening Keynote: Howard Hinnant - Design Rationale for <chrono>
Howard Hinnant is the author of <chrono>, his keynote title hints at we get a walk through on how to design chrono and maybe even time zones? I think this will be a great way to kick off this years conference.
Center Keynote: Frances Buontempo - Can AI replace programmers?
Frances Buontempo has written a book on AI and related algorithms, so we all can be looking forward to her speaking about AI and programming it self.
Closing Keynote: Walter E. Brown - Crazy Code and Crazy Coders
Walter E. Brown has authored many proposals, giving lots of great talks on C++. This will be a great closing keynote.
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