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The Boost Foundation is proud to bring you C++Now, a conference formerly known as BoostCon.
The conference was started so that Boost developers and users could meet and discuss in person. It is now in its second decade of bring C++ experts and enthusiasts from around the world to beautiful Aspen, Colorado for discussions that shape how C++ is written.
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