Call for talks: using std::cpp 2023

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using std::cpp is the major C++ language conference in Spain.

The official language of the conference is English.

If you want to submit a talk proposal, here are the dates:

  • Talks proposal submission deadline: February 15th 2023.
  • Program publication: March, 15th, 2023.
  • Event date: April, 27-28, 2023

The using std::cpp 2023 conference will take place in the Leganés Campus of University Carlos III of Madrid.

IMPORTANT: You can submit your talk proposal through the following page.

Kinds of proposals

Proposals should follow one of the following formats:


  • Short presentations: 20 minutes (including Q&A).
  • Long presentations: 40 minutes (including Q&A).

Flash presentations (Lighting talks)

  • Do you want to present a simple idea?
  • Do you want to share your view on some topic related to the C++ world?
  • Do you want to introduce some product or service related to C++?
  • Do you want to let us know something about an open source project?

In such case, perhaps you may want to propose a flash presentation. This presentations are strictly limited to 5 minutes, and they can be used to share with others your ideas, views,…


You may also want to bring a poster about anything (companies, products, services, …). Selected posters will be exhibited during the coffee-breaks and may help you to discuss with your colleagues.

What should I include in a proposal?

Proposals must include:

  • A title.
  • An abstract of your talk. It is important that you describe your talk content. Why is your talk important for C++ developers? Is it relevant for all kind of projects? In which domains is it applicable?
  • An assessment of difficulty level: Initial, Intermediate, Advanced.
  • A short bio. We are not asking for your CV, but we would like to know about your relationship with C++, previous talks that you have delivered, …

Optionally, your proposal may include:

  • A document (preferred format is PDF), with additional info (test, draft slides, …).
  • A Web URL with additional information.
  • The address of a repo where we can have a look to software if you plan to talk about some open source software.
  • Links to previous talks in other events or YouTube recordings.

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