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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++ 2018 is from the 15th - 17th November in Berlin!
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Keynotes at Meeting C++ 2017
|Sean Parent||Kate Gregory||Wouter van Ooijen
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Meeting C++ Blog
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.
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.More Blog entries