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CppEurope Conference

27 Feb 2018
Bucharest, Romania

About

The CppEurope conference is aiming to bring together local C/C++ developers, well known personalities from the C/C++ community, and international practitioners. 

It will thus fill a void in the European C/C++ community, allowing knowledge exchange and helping modernize the development practices of C/C++ programmers. 

The CppEurope conference also aims to attract students into the world of C/C++ programming. With the support of sponsors, a certain number of free tickets will be provided to local student organizations.

Organized by Mozaic Works

Call for Speakers

We are looking for passionate C/C++ programmers to share with us and our audience about topics like:

  • New features in standard C/C++ with usage examples
  • Performance optimization for various applications
  • Examples of C/C++ code designs that solve specific problems
  • Examples of using XP practices with C/C++ (including continuous integration, continuous deployment etc.)
  • Real life examples of using C/C++ and connected libraries in applications
  • Other practical, ideally real-life topics that can help C/C++ programmers

The evaluation process will be as follows:

  • each session is evaluated as soon as possible after we receive it
  • in 2-3 business days you will receive questions and constructive feedback on improving your description. This conversation might continue for a few days
  • when we reach a decision whether to include the session or not in the program, we will announce it to you and start discussing logistics

A few more things about the submission process:

  • We will favour practical sessions that show code examples
  • Any application domain is interesting, including: embedded software, firmware, engineering, telecommunications, antivirus, gaming, or security products
  • We believe that a diverse set of speakers will create a more interesting conference for our audience
  • Please let us decide whether your idea for a session is interesting for our audience; just submit it. For your effort, you will get  constructive feedback
  • If you know anyone who has interesting things to say about C/C++, please share this with them. You involvement is much appreciated.

The sessions will be accepted as they come, so hurry up and submit yours today!

Call for Speakers has closed.

Sessions

C C++ Embedded TDD Boost Algorithms Data Structures Signal-processing Security Architecture Arduino Reverse-engineering Assembly Performance Cross-platform Kernel
  • Talk (45')

Timeline

03 Nov 2017
Call for Speakers opens
05 Dec 2017
Call for Speakers closes
20 Dec 2017
Program announced
27 Feb 2018
Event takes place

Speakers' Package

Conference ticket

Speakers' dinner

Accommodation (2 nights)