Videos from C++ track on NDC 2014
As the chair for the C++ track on NDC Oslo, I am happy to report that the C++ track was a huge and massive success! The C++ community in Norway is rather small so even if NDC is a big annual conference for programmers (~1600 geeks) and even with names like Nico, Scott and Andrei as headliners for the track, I was not sure how many people would actually turn up for the C++ talks. I was positively surprised. The first three sessions was packed with people (it was of course a cheap trick to make the three first sessions general/introductory on popular topics). All the other talks were also well attended. The NDC organizers have already confirmed that they want to do this next year as well.
NDC Oslo is an annual five day event. First two days of pre-conference workshops (Andrei did 2 days of Scalable design and implementation using C++) and then 9 tracks of talks for three full days. As usual, NDC records all the talks and generously share all the videos with the world (there are 150+ talks, kudos to NDC!).
I have listed the videos from the C++ track this year. I will also put out a link to the slides when I get them. Enjoy!
Day 1, June 4, 2014
- C++14, Nico Josuttis (video)
- Effective Modern C++, Scott Meyers (video)
- Error Handling in C++, Andrei Alexandrescu (video)
- Move, noexcept, and push_back(), Nico Josuttis (video)
- C++ Type Deduction and Why You Care, Scott Meyers (video)
- Generic and Generative Programming in C++, Andrei Alexandrescu (video)
Day 2, June 5, 2014
- C++ - where are we headed?, Hubert Matthews (video)
- Three Cool Things about D, Andrei Alexandrescu (video)
- The C++ memory model, Mike Long (video, slides)
- C++ for small devices, Isak Styf (video)
- Brief tour of Clang, Ismail Pazarbasi (video)
- Insecure coding in C and C++, Olve Maudal (video, slides)
- So you think you can int? (C++), Anders Knatten (video)
With this great lineup I hope that NDC Oslo in June has established itself as a significant annual C++ event in Europe together with Meeting C++ Berlin in December and ACCU Bristol in April.
Save the date for NDC next year, June 15-19, 2015. I can already promise you a really strong C++ track at NDC Oslo 2015.
A final note: Make sure you stay tuned on isocpp.org for global news about C++.