Microsoft C++ Team at CppCon 2022

Sy Brand

Microsoft @ CppCon

The Microsoft C++ team has an exciting lineup of sessions at CppCon 2022. Many of us will also be present at our team’s booth in the main hall for the first two days of the conference. Come say hi and let us know if you have any questions about our talks, products, or anything else! You can also join the #visual_studio channel on the CppCon Discord to talk to us (note: to join, head to #directory channel first, and check the checkbox next to “Visual Studio” box).

We’re also running a survey on the C++ ecosystem. If you have a moment, please take our survey, it’s quick.

Here’s the lineup:

Monday, September 12th

09:00 – 10:00 (MDT):

What’s New in C++23 – Sy Brand (online)

The Imperatives Must Go – Victor Ciura (online)

14:00 – 15:00 (MDT):

C++ Dependencies Don’t Have To Be Painful: Why You Should Use a Package Manager – Augustin Popa

How Microsoft Uses C++ to Deliver Office – Zachary Henkel

Tuesday, September 13th

09:00 – 10:00 (MDT):

High-performance Load-time Implementation Selection – Joe Bialek and Pranav Kant

10:30 – 11:30 (MDT):

C++ MythBusters – Victor Ciura (online)

Wednesday, September 14th

16:45 – 17:45 (MDT):

-memory-safe C++ – Jim Radigan

Thursday, September 15th

10:30 – 11:30 (MDT):

What’s New in Visual Studio Code – Marian Luparu and Sinem Akinci (online)

Overcoming Embedded Development Tooling Challenges – Marc Goodner (online)

15:15 – 16:15 (MDT):

Reproducible Developer Environments – Michael Price

Friday, September 16th

07:45 – 08:45 (MDT):

GitHub Features Every C++ Developer Should Know – Michael Price

09:00 – 10:00 (MDT):

What’s New in Visual Studio 2022 – Sy Brand and Marian Luparu (online)

16:15 – 18:15 (MDT):

C++ Simplicity, Safety, and Toolability – Herb Sutter

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  • Paulo Pinto 0

    Curious if we will be getting any updates regarding C++20 modules support for Win32, MFC, ATL, and C++/WinRT.

    Also if there will be any update regarding C++/WinRT tooling at the same Visual Studio productivity level as C++/CX was offering us for XAML C++ in 2011.

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