Our Call for Proposals is open until September 30th
The proposal portal at https://proposal.cppp.fr was designed with new speakers in mind and each field comes with advices on how to write your proposal to increase your chances. If you are thinking about proposing your first talk, we hope that it will encourage you to do it.
The three P in CPPP stand for our three tracks:
Progress: This track is all about the bases. These are the talks that you wish every C++ developer would listen to early in their career to start on the right foot. They can be very valuable to experts but need to be accessible to students and beginners.
Produce: Talks that can be immediately applied by professional C++ programmers in their everyday job. Concrete tools and pragmatic ideas that work for legacy codebases and scale well with big teams.
Push Forward: Novel ideas and approaches for C++. They can be patterns that are not well known yet, new features coming in the language, libraries using these recent features or new ways to think about old problems.
Like every conferences, we love to have novel presentations that have never been done before, but we also welcome reruns and talks that have been proposed at other conferences.
Our goal is to come up with the most diverse and thought-provoking line-up we can.
For general questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For question about giving a talk at CPPP, contact us at email@example.com