Microsoft C++ Team at CppCon 2019

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Microsoft @ CppCon

The Microsoft C++ team will have a booth and many talks covering a wide range of topics at CppCon 2019. Come say hi to our team outside Aurora D and attend our talks to learn what’s new in our tooling, dive into new features in the standard, and hear some exciting announcements!

We’ll also be running a survey on the C++ ecosystem and giving away an Xbox One S to one participant. We’ll put the link here when it’s available, but you’ll also be able to find it by stopping by the booth or coming to any of our talks:

Monday, September 16th

14:00 – 15:00:

Hello World From Scratch by Sy Brand and Peter Bindels

15:15 – 16:15:

Programming with C++ Modules: Guide for the Working Programmer by Gabriel Dos Reis

16:45 – 17:45:

Latest & Greatest in Visual Studio 2019 for C++ Developers by Sy Brand and Marian Luparu

Tuesday, September 17th

15:15 – 15:45:

What’s New in Visual Studio Code for C++ Development – Remote Development, IntelliSense, Build/Debug, vcpkg, and More! by Tara Raj

15:50 – 16:10:

(Ab)using Compiler Tools Summit by Réka Kovács

C++ Standard Library “Little Things” by Billy O’Neal

Upgrade from “permissive C++” to “modern C++” with Visual Studio 2019 by Nick Uhlenhuth

Wednesday, September 18th

09:00 – 09:30:

How to Herd 1,000 Libraries by Robert Schumacher

14:00 – 15:00

C++ Sanitizers and Fuzzing for the Windows Platform Using New Compilers, Visual Studio, and Azure by Jim Radigan

Lifetime analysis for everyone by Gábor Horváth and Matthias Gehre

16:45 – 17:45:

Killing Uninitialized Memory: Prot by Joe Bialek and Shayne Hiet-Block

Thursday, September 19th

15:15 – 15:45:

Don’t Package Your Libraries, Write Packagable Libraries! (Part 2) by Robert Schumacher

16:45 – 17:45:

Floating-Point charconv: Making Your Code 10x Faster With C++17’s Final Boss by Stephan T. Lavavej

Friday, September 20th

16:15 – 18:00:

De-fragmenting C++: Making Exceptions and RTTI More Affordable and Usable (“Simplifying C++” #6 of N) by Herb Sutter

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    Mike Diack

    Will the talks be recorded, and/or have presentations (.pdf or .ppt) available.Most C++ developers around the world won’t have a chance to see this stuff otherwise?

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        Mike Diack

        Please be sure to update and add the links ASAP, as a guy here in England, I’d love to see this, as would many, who for fairly obvious reasons ($) cannot attend.

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