Meeting C++ 2015 - all lightning talks are now online at youtube
published at 11.12.2015 16:14 by Jens Weller
This year for the very first time we had lightning talks at the Meeting C++ conference. Two sessions with each 5 lightning talks were held. Eight of them were submitted by the attendees, two others I could organize: the lightning talk about brigand I had seen previously at CppCon, a project worth supporting, and the lightning talk on clang format and tidy by Daniel Jasper who works on the team of Chandler Carruth.
Here is the list:
|Vittorio Romeo||`static_if` in C++14||Code|
|Vittorio Romeo||'Meaningful' casts||Code|
|Odin Holmes||Modern special function register abstraction||Slides|
|Günter Obiltschnig||10 Years of POCO C++ Libraries||Slides|
|John Melas||Awaiting for string_view: creating an algorithm class using boost::string_ref||Slides|
|Nicolai Behmann||Choosing the correct vectorization method||Slides|
|Ben Huckvale||A Perfect Async RPC framework?|
|Christoph Wanzke||Generic Binding|
|Joel Falcou & Edouard Alligand||Introduction to Brigand||Slides|
|Daniel Jasper||Keep your code sane with clang-tidy|
Regarding the other videos:
I will start to work on the keynotes next, but due to an recording issue (recording mostly the speaker only...) that will take some time. Some of the talks of Track A might not get released at all due to that issue. Then the popular talks, then the rest.
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