The ISO C++ committee is here in Prague this week to finish C++20, and the meeting hosts Avast Software also arranged a great C++ meetup last night where over 300 people came out to see Bjarne Stroustrup, Tony Van Eerd, and me give talks. The videos are already online, see below — they’re really high quality, and it was a great event. Thank you again to everyone who came out to see us! You made us feel very welcome in your beautiful city and your enthusiasm for C++ is contagious (in a good way!).
Mine was a brand-new talk with material I’ve never presented on-camera before. (I gave a beta version at ACCU Autumn last November in Belfast.) I’m really excited about this upcoming work that I’m planning to bring to the committee in the near future, and I hope you enjoy it.
Thanks again to Hana Dusíková for her hard work organizing this meetup and this entire week-long record-shattering C++ standards meeting, by far the largest in history with 250 attendees. But there’s no rest for the competent — she still has to chair SG7 (reflection and compile-time programming) all day tomorrow. :) I’ll be there!