Four classes are open to online attendees and the rest will be offered to onsite attendees at the Gaylord Rockies in Aurora.
This year we are offering classes that range from those that are focused on updating you to the latest versions of C++, to those focusing on better code, testing, or design skills. This year we are offering a class on computing in mixed CPU/GPU/FPGA environments and two on embedded programming.
Read about all the offered classes on the CppCon Academy 2021 page. There are seven classes on Language Updates, four on Design, three on Better Code, two on Quality, two on Embedded Programming, and one on Heterogeneous Computing.
Online classes will be held either on the last three business days of the week before the conference or the first three business days of the week after the conference.
Onsite classes are held the weekends immediately before and after the conference.
Most of the classes feature two days (onsite) or three days (online) of class instruction and all feature hands-on opportunities to improve your programming skills.
CppCon instructors are selected from the best C++ instructors in the world. They feature rare combinations of deep technical knowledge, extensive development experience, and the ability to explain things in an approachable manner.
Reminder: Early Bird Registration ends at the end of July, so register now!