Announcements

This year’s C++Now keynotes share a common theme that reflects our desire for new perspectives:

What can C++ learn from other languages?

Ali Çehreli, the author of Programing in D, will explain the Competitive Advantage with D.

In addition to being the author of one of the most important books on D, Ali is the secretary and board member of The D Language Foundation.

Keynote Speaker Ali Çehreli

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The complete Program for C++Now 2017 is now available.

C++Now Lightning Talk Audience
Photograph by Zoetic Ebb. Used with permission.

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At C++Now, we love to challenge the status quo.

Many of our favorite C++Now keynotes have presented views that differ from accepted C++ philosophy and thoughtfully question common practice in the C++ community.

We have a few keynotes this year and they share a common theme that reflects our desire for new perspectives:

What can C++ learn from other languages?

Naturally, we started with Rust.

Nicholas Matsakis, a senior researcher at Mozilla Research and a member of the Rust core team, will be giving a keynote at C++Now 2017 about ownership in Rust called, Rust: Hack Without Fear.

Nicholas Matsakis, Mozilla, Rust core team

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With top presenters in the C++ community and its ninety-minute format, C++Now has been the leader in cutting-edge, in-depth sessions on how to get the most from C++. For 2017, Boost has joined with JetBrains, the C++Now 2017 Video Sponsor, and Bash Films, the award-winning media production company that has set the standard for technical recordings in our industry, to provide C++Now 2017 session recordings at the highest level of quality available.

C++Now Lightning Talk Audience - Photograph by Zoetica Ebb. Used with permission.
Photograph by Zoetic Ebb. Used with permission.

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It is my pleasure to announce the fifth year of the C++Now Student/Volunteer program! We are again inviting students with an interest in C++ to attend the May 15-20, 2017 conference in Aspen, CO as Student/Volunteers.

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