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Videos from CppCon 2021

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CppCon is the annual, week-long online face-to-face gathering for the entire C++ community. The conference is organized by the C++ community for the community. You will enjoy inspirational talks and a friendly atmosphere designed to help attendees learn from each other, meet interesting people, and generally have a stimulating experience. Taking place this year online and in Aurora, Colorado, near the Denver airport, and including multiple diverse tracks, the conference will appeal to anyone from C++ novices to experts.

With the help of the Conference’s sponsors, JetBrains and SonarSource, the organizers have published videos from CppCon 2021 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CppCon/videos

On this page you will find the following video talks:

  • Working with Asynchrony Generically: A Tour of C++ Executors (Eric Niebler)
  • Six Impossible Things (Kevlin Henney)
  • C++20: Reaching for the Aims of C++ (Bjarne Stroustrup)
  • Heterogeneous Modern C++ with SYCL 2020 (Gordon Brown, Michael Wong, Nevin Liber, Tom Deakin)
  • Concurrency Patterns (Rainer Grimm)
  • Exceptional C++ (Victor Ciura)
  • Type-and-resource Safety in Modern C++ (Bjarne Stroustrup)
  • I see Your AUTOSAR and Raise You “Constexpr Everything”: No Seriously, Everything, The Standard Library, Microkernel, Apps, and Unit Tests (Rian Quinn)
  • Implementing C++ Modules: Lessons Learned, Lessons Abandoned (Cameron Dacamara & Gabriel Dos Reis)
  • GraphBLAS: Building a C++ Matrix API for Graph Algorithms (Benjamin Brock & Scott McMillan)
  • Lessons Learned from Packaging 10,000+ C++ Projects (Bret Brown & Daniel Ruoso)
  • Back to Basics: Move Semantics (Nicolai Josuttis)
  • Differentiable Programming in C++ (Vassil Vassiliev & William Moses)
  • Code Analysis++ (Anastasia Kazakova)
  • Back to Basics: Overload Resolution (Ansel Sermersheim & Barbara Geller)
  • Extending and Simplifying C++: Thoughts on Pattern Matching using “is” and “as” (Herb Sutter)
  • Visualize Time Enabled Data using ArcGIS Qt (C++) and Toolkit (Gela Malek Pour)
  • Back to Basics: const and constexpr (Rainer Grimm)
  • Misra Parallelism Safety-critical Guidelines for C++11, 17, Then C++20, 23 (Andreas Weis, Michael Wong & Ilya Burylov)
  • Documentation in the Era of Concepts and Ranges (Christopher Di Bella, Sy Brand)
  • Spooky Action at a Distance (Victor Ciura)
  • Software Architecture Lessons from Multidimensional Spaces Explorations (Vincent Reverdy)
  • The Upcoming Concurre4ncy TS Version 2 for Low-Latency and Lockless Synchronization (Maged Michael, Michael Wong & Paul McKenney)
  • In-memory and Persistent Representations of C++ (Gabriel Dos Reis)
  • Using C Libraries in Your Modern C++ Embedded Project: A journey integrating an EtherCAT stack, a C++17 compiler, and Modern C++ idioms (Michael Caisse)
  • The Foundation of C++ Atomics: The Knowledge You Need to Correctly Use C++ Atomics (Filipe Mulonde)
  • SIMD in C++20: EVE of a New Era (Sebastian Theophil)
  • Back to Basics: Undefined Behavior (Ansel Sermersheim & Barmara Geller)

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