We are announcing On-Demand Session Access to rough-cut recordings of Main Program and Lightning Talk sessions for both attendees and non-attendees!
Most CppCon technical content is professionally recorded, edited, and uploaded to the CppCon YouTube Channel which can be viewed at no cost. Note that only sessions that are delivered onsite in Aurora, Colorado are edited.
We share almost all Main Program sessions, both onsite and online, including keynotes and all the Back-to-Basics, Embedded, Scientific Programming, Software Design, and Tooling tracks. We also share the very popular lightning talks.
To avoid overloading the channel, we publish about one video a day. Our experience shows that this results in much higher video view counts than when we pushed several videos at once, which seemed to overwhelm the community and create a kind of C++ video burn-out.
We feel that this approach is best for the community, but it won’t be optimal for you if you are anxiously awaiting the publication of a particular video or set of videos. Conference attendees that want to re-watch sessions they attended or watch sessions they weren’t able to attend will be impatient for the publishing of those sessions. Non-attendees that see intriguing sessions in our public schedule also don’t want to wait until they are published.
On-Demand Session Access is the answer. This gives access to all the rough-cut (unedited) recordings of both onsite and online sessions from the time each is available (almost immediately after they are recorded) until its edited version is published on the CppCon YouTube Channel.
On-Demand Session Access is included with many registration options for CppCon attendees, but we want to also offer this option to non-attendees as well.
We will continue to offer On-Demand Session Access after the conference is over at $150. We will likely periodically reduce this rate as the number of un-published videos diminishes.