You'll not be held to this—we understand that this is a snapshot in time.
If you’ve presented this talk before, please tell us where and when.
We do accept submissions of sessions presented at other conferences.
Repeats of sessions from a previous CppCon are accepted, but, because sessions are recorded, the bar for repeats is higher than for new sessions.
Repeats of successful workshops are always welcome.
Please include the URL of a video of you giving a technical presentation (as similar as possible to your proposal).
We do accept submissions from first time presenters, so this is optional, but if you have a recording of yourself presenting, it helps the PC evaluate your presentation abilities.
You may use a video that you've made and posted yourself. If no such video exists, consider a link to a slide deck that you've created.
Feel free to add any comments you feel necessary about this material.
Anything you'd like the Program Committee to know about your talk. This would be a good place let reviewers know if you have a pronoun preference.
If you feel that your submission is appropriate for one of the conference's specified tracks, (the Back to Basics Track and the Embedded Track) please note that here.
The possibility exists that CppCon will be virtual instead of onsite in Aurora. Are you interested in making this presentation in either case or only in one or the other?