Join us at C++ Edinburgh for some great talks and to hang out with local C++ developers. Everyone's welcome! To help us continue to be a friendly and inclusive event, please take a look at our Code of Conduct.
Interested in doing a talk? Whether you have some interesting C++ experiences or projects or would just like to spread some knowledge, we'd love to have you as a speaker! No need to be an expert — C++ Edinburgh is a great opportunity to practise your presentation skills and get feedback. If you'd like to do a talk, let us know!
Thanks to our sponsors
12th February 2018
Join us at a local bar/eatery to chat about C++ with the local community and take part in our C++ quiz!
Food and drink not provided.
11th December 2017
Learning C++ isn't Difficult, Teaching is the Trick (slides) — Christopher Di Bella
9th October 2017
14th August 2017
12th June 2017
10th April 2017
Towards Composable GPU Programming: Programming GPUs with Eager Actions and Lazy Views — Michel Steuwer, The University of Edinburgh
Why the compiler broke your program — Peter Brett, LiveCode
C++ Binary Dependency Management with Gradle — Hugh Greene, Toshiba Medical
6th February 2017
28th November 2016
Qt3D's ECS: An Entity-Component System in C++ and Qt — James Turner, KDAB
Lazy Generators: Template Deduction on the Right-Hand Side — Simon Brand, Codeplay
25th July 2016
8th March 2016
9th November 2015
Ceph: a large open source C++ codebase — John Spray, Red Hat
ParaFormance: An Advanced Refactoring Tool for Parallelising C++ Programs — Chris Brown, University of St Andrews