1. Quick and Dirty - talks covering a limited topic, incomplete work or merely introducing a broad idea. A good Quick and Dirty talk should crisply present the covered topic - no time to deep dive into the details. A successful talk will motivate participants to further explore the topic at their leisure. And, for bonus points, will also be entertaining!
2. Crazy++ - talks presenting far-fetched, thought-provoking, unconventional and possibly unrealistic ideas. While Crazy++ talks can be a bit outrageous, they should try to present an out-of-the box solution to a real problem. An Ideal Crazy++ talk should be creative, visionary and passionate. It needs not be complete, practical or immediately useful.
Core C++ participants are hereby invited to submit a lightning talk. The submission deadline is May 5th. Acceptance notifications will be sent a few days later, including the actual duration of lightning talks.