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Thursday, 19 October 2017
Speaking in November: Berlin and Beijing
In 2016 I didn't speak at conferences because I was ill. I really enjoyed getting "back in harness" at CppCon this year (
my Guidelines talk
has been uploaded already, if you missed it) and I am happily looking forward to my next two conferences.
In Berlin I will deliver one of the
keynotes for Meeting C++
. It will be one of those opinionated talks with stories in it, plus code of course. I love giving those kinds of talks and they're typically well-received, so I am expecting to have a great time. This will be my first time at Meeting C++ and I know it will be a great conference.
The next week, I will be at the
2017 C++ and System Software Summit
in Beijing. 8 tracks and over 500 attendees; this is a big conference. I've never been to Asia before, so I am very excited to meet a lot of new people (and some I've known for a while, the speaker circuit is like that) as well as seeing new places and experiencing a new conference.
I'm still thinking about what I will
submit to ACCU
for the spring. I prefer to do a new talk for each conference or at least to update existing talks dramatically. I will need to make up my mind before I leave for China!
Thursday, 19 October 2017 08:08:43 (Eastern Daylight Time, UTC-04:00)
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Wednesday, 22 November 2017 13:55:14 (Eastern Standard Time, UTC-05:00)
Hello Kate I am fan of your pluralsight courses.
I really like the idea that you start actually teaching C++ with C++ instead of start 10+ chapters with C code.
I write this comment just to let you know that the link submit to ACCU is not working.
And meanwhile I am here I want to thank you for so excelent courses!
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