CppCon 2021 will be held as a hybrid conference.
Online attendees will be able to attend online sessions and some onsite main program sessions live and some onsite main program sessions on a delayed basis. Delayed sessions will feature the presenters in live chat during the delayed, recorded presentation. Onsite-only attendees will be able to attend onsite sessions as well as all the usual onsite activities. Full conference attendees will have access to all online and onsite activities.
On-site attendance is open to fully vaccinated attendees.
For individuals whose organization requires it, a certificate of completion is available for CppCon registration and CppCon Academy classes. To request a certificate contact the CppCon Registrar.
This year’s field trip takes you up into the rustic mountains of yesteryear, by train! Join us for a ride on the Georgetown Loop Railroad. This year’s field trip is sponsored by the North Denver Metro C++ Meetup.
Conference “Meet the Presenters” Banquet:
Join this year’s presenters (of classes, posters, and sessions) for a banquet on the evening of October 28th. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to dine with conference presenters at a lavish, but informal setting. The food and ambiance will be almost as special as the conversation. This is an add-on for conference registrations that don’t include it.
Online Conference Registration:
Online attendees will have access to all online-only sessions as well as some onsite main program sessions (including all plenary sessions) that will be live-streamed with both online and onsite Q&A. Other onsite main program sessions will be recorded and delay-broadcasted with the presenter live chatting and doing online Q&A.
All of these sessions will be “instantly” available as “rough-cut” recordings for online attendees to view, review, pause, and playback at different speeds. These rough-cut videos will be available to online attendees until the edited versions are uploaded to the CppCon YouTube channel, about a month after the conference ends.
Online attendees will also have access to our Gather.town virtual venue. This is a fun way to engage with other attendees including presenters and exhibitors. It will have puzzles, games, and amusements in addition to opportunities to create ad hoc video conferencing sessions with other attendees in an online “hallway track.”
Open Content (onsite) Conference Registration:
Evening onsite events (other than the banquet) and all onsite sessions on Friday, October 29th are open to the general public, however you must have a badge, which means that you must provide proof of vaccination in accordance with our vaccination policy.
You may register in advance with Eventbrite, so that a badge is waiting for you, or you may register “at the door” and we’ll create your badge as you wait.
Onsite-only Economy Conference Registration:
Onsite-only Economy attendees do not have access to online sessions or the virtual venue, but do have access to all the events and features that take place onsite (field trip, classes, Banquet are extra registration options).
These events and features include:
- Onsite program, which includes
- Daily keynote/plenary sessions
- Main program sessions
- Lightning Talks
- Poster competition
- Tool time (labs)
- Open Content sessions (Birds of a Feather, etc)
- Exhibitor hall
- CppCache (onsite conference store)
- Tattered Cover (onsite bookstore)
- Author signings
- Quiet Rooms
- Complimentary Child Care
- Snacks and drinks
- Resort facilities (Starbucks, spa, etc)
- Onsite program, which includes
Economy Conference Registration:
Economy attendees have all the features of both Online and Onsite-only Economy registrations (Field trip, classes, and the Banquet are extra registration options.)
Onsite-only Conference Registration:
In addition to the features of the Onsite-only Economy registration listed above, Onsite-only also includes the Conference “Meet the Presenters” Banquet, a tee shirt, and a souvenir. (Field trip and classes are extra registration options.)
Full Conference Registration:
Full Conference registration includes all of the features of the above conference registrations. (Field trip and classes are extra registration options.)
Student Conference Registrations:
Student registration is available to attendees that are full-time students either at the time that they register or at the time of the conference. All full-time students registered for the conference are invited to the CppCon Student Program which includes the Student Dinner, sessions targeted at students and developers early in their careers. For additional information on the Student Program, please contact the Student Program Chair.
Student Online Conference Registrations have all the benefits of Online Conference Registrations, Student Economy Registrations have all the benefits of Economy Conference Registrations, and Student Full Registrations have all the benefits of Full Conference Registrations.
CppCon Academy Tuition:
CppCon Academy offers one and two-day classes onsite and three-day classes online by the some of the world’s best C++ instructors on the weekends immediately before and after the conference. Details are on the CppCon Academy 2021 page.
Upgrades / Downgrades / Refunds
You may upgrade / downgrade at any time before the conference at no penalty. For example, if you register Online Early Bird and then discover that you can attend in person, you can update to Full Conference Early Bird (for the difference in registration rates) even after the Early Bird deadline. If you register for Onsite and discover that you cannot attend, you can convert to Online (refunding the difference) or request a complete refund.
Registration Deadlines and Fees
|Full Conference*||Early Bird||Until July 31st||$1450|
|Until October 15th||$1950|
|Economy*||Early Bird||Until July 31st||$1200|
|Until October 15th||$1700|
|Late||After October 15th||$2050|
|Onsite-only*||Early Bird||Until July 31st||$1250|
|Until October 15th||$1650|
|Onsite-only Economy*||Early Bird||Until July 31st||$1000|
|Until October 15th||$1400|
|Late||After October 15th||$1700|
|Online||Early Bird||Until July 31st||$200|
|Until October 22nd||$300|
|Late||After October 22nd||$350|
|Student Full*||Until October 15th||$350|
|Student Economy*||none, but may sell out||$150|
|Open Content||Evening/Fri||Until October 29th||$0|
|Field trip*||Until October 14th||$125|
|Banquet*||Until October 20th||$175|
|Academy Tuition*||Online pre-conf. October 19th|
Onsite pre-conf. October 22nd
Onsite post-conf. October 29th
Online post-conf. November 1st
$400/day (6 hours) or $600/day (8 hours) online
* Requires vaccination confirmation.
Academic / non-profit support
A limited set of funds have been allocated to support reduced registration fees for academics and/or employees of non-profit institutions. To apply, please contact the CppCon Registrar.
Attendees traveling from outside the US may request visa application support.
Registrations that require invoicing are only available through October 14, 2021. All invoices must be paid in full within 15 days of the invoice date or by the start of the conference, whichever is earlier. Your registration spot(s) will be released for other attendees if payments are late. Please contact the conference organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Full refunds can be issued until the day before the conference starts (October 23rd).
You may substitute a different attendee for your existing registration at any time before the start of the conference by emailing email@example.com.
For a chronological view of all the key dates, refer to the CppCon Timeline.
We do not offer a discount for group registrations.
Contact the CppCon Registrar with any questions.