This year using std::cpp wants to improve the diversity of subject coverage. Thus we have an open call for talks.
The deadline to submit talk proposals is July 15th, 2014.
The final programme will be announced the first week of september.
The conference will take place on October 28th, 2014 at University Carlos III of Madrid (Leganés Campus).
Proposals should follow the following formats:
- Short talks: 20 minutes + 5 minutes for questions.
- Long talks: 45 minutes + 10 minutes for questions.
What to include in a talk proposal?
Talk proposals should include:
- A talk title.
- A talk abstract. It is important to describe here the content of the talk. Why is it important for C++ developers? Is it relevant for all project kinds? In which domain can it be applied?
- Classify the level of difficulty: Initial, Intermediate, Advanced.
- A brief biography of the person giving the talk. It’s not your CV, but just a short bio stating your relationship with the C++ world.
Optionally, the proposal may include:
- A document (PDF format preferred), with additional info (text, draft slides, …).
- A web page URL where additional info can be found.
- A software repository address where something else can be found in case of open source software.