Conference Staff


Jon Kalb

Conference Manager

Bob Steagall

Program Committee Chair

Bob Steagall

Program Committee Co-Chair

Bryce Adelstein Lelbach


Karen Krueger

Speaker Liaison

Chris Ryan

Student / Volunteer Chair

Matthew Butler

Facilities Co-Chairs

Bob Steagall Dave Jenkins

Security Co-Chairs

Bob Steagall Dave Jenkins

Graphic Design

Zoltan Juhasz


JeanHeyd Meneide


Jonathan Müller

Speaker Feedback / Best Session Balloting

Peter Bindels

Program Committee

Bob Steagall (Chair)
Bryce Adelstein Lelbach (Co-Chair)

Alex Olivas
Arthur O'Dwyer
Ansel Sermersheim
Barbara Geller
Ben Deane
Billy Baker
Chandranath Bhattacharyya
Conor Hoekstra
Chris Ryan
David Sankel
Eduardo Madrid
Gasper Azman
Jens Weller
Joel Falcou, NumScale
Jon Kalb, Cpp.Training
Kris Jusiak
Matthew Butler
Nevin Liber
Peter Sommerlad
Richárd Szalay
Sumant Tambe
Tobias Loew
Tony Van Eerd, Christie Digital
Zach Laine
Zhihao Yuan
Zoltan Porkolab

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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.