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Core C++ 2019: Call for Submissions
Core C++ 2019 is the 1st Israeli international C++ conference. It will be held in Tel Aviv, 14-17 May 2019. The conference is aimed at C++ developers and practitioners as well as academic researchers and teachers who wish to be updated by the newest developments of C++ and present their work with C++. More details are available at the conference site:
Core C++ 2019 is looking for speakers! If you would like to give a talk, please fill the following form.
ABOUT YOUR TALK
This is the abstract of the presentation as it will appear in the program.
This section is only visible to program committee. Please include any helpful information, such as the planned outline of the talk, target audience. If this talk was already presented at another conference/meetup, please mention it here.
Include any relevant materials, such as presentations on this or another subjects you have made.
The conference will have one English track, and one mixed English-Hebrew track. Please indicate the language of your presentation.
Talks are 60 minutes, including Q&A time. Other lengths can be considered, but not guaranteed, please indicate the ideal time for the talk here if different from 1h.
Core C++ accepts presentations from new speakers, but if you have previous experience in public speaking from other conferences/meetups please mention it here. YouTube links are welcome.
You on Social Media
Include your Twitter handle/Facebook/LinkedIn/... information that you'd like to publicly share on conference's website and communications.
All the talks at the conference will be recorded and shared on YouTube. We will also take photos of the speakers and attendees. Please indicate here if you have any special requests in this regard
If you will be traveling from outside of Israel, and would like the conference to support your travel and accommodation expenses, please indicate your location information.
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