The C++ committee meeting, hosted by Symbio, will be organized the first time ever in Finland from June 20th to 26th 2016.
The C++ committee, called WG21, is group of technology experts interested in C++ quality. The committee holds two or three full week-long face-to-face meetings a year, where the group discuss the future changes in C++ standards. One meeting a year is traditionally held outside the continental United States – often in Europe. In 2016 the C++ committee meeting will be organized the first time ever in Finland.
Symbio’s Principal Technologist Ville Voutilainen is also the chair of the C++ Evolution Working Group and he invited the meeting to his home town Oulu in Finland. The meetings related to C++ committee work will be organized in Radisson Blu, and Symbio will co-host two evening seminars on June 20st and 21nd related to C++ standardization with C++ committee and how C++ is used in developing devices with best user experience. Reserve your seat to seminar now.
To learn more, contact Ville Voutilainen.