The titles of my code::dive talks are "CPU Caches and Why You Care" and "Support for Embedded Programming in C++11 and C++14". To understand the comments I make at the beginning of the latter talk, it will be helpful to view Venkat Subramaniam's talk on Lightweight Design, because his talk--which is worth viewing both for its merit and for the fact that Venkat is such an engaging speaker--immediately preceded mine, and it motivates my opening remarks that might otherwise make no sense, including my decision to give my talk without shoes.
Effective Modern C++ (EMC++). The slot for my keynote was at the end of the day, but at the conference's opening keynote, I noticed that the room setup made it nearly impossible for the people in the back of the room to see the bottom third of the screen. I therefore spent the next several hours reformatting my slides to avoid using more than about the top two thirds of the screen, and I was very pleased with the way the talk went. The topic is "The Most Important Design Guideline," and though I've written and spoken about this guideline before (the guideline is to make interfaces easy to use correctly and hard to use incorrectly), this talk is the first time I felt like I really found a way to say what I wanted to say. If you're not convinced about the importance of the guideline from this presentation, I'm not going to be able to convince you.
The ConFu organizers and I had agreed that my EMC++-based tutorial wasn't going to be recorded, but somebody attending the tutorial decided to do it on his or her own. The audio and video quality is what you'd expect from an informal recording, but since it's at YouTube, I figure you might as well know about it. It's in six videos of about an hour each (which makes sense, because I give tutorial attendees a break every hour), and you'll find links to all six at my Online Videos Page. In fact, that page links to videos of each of my presentations and interviews that I'm aware of. If you're aware of an online video that should be included there, but isn't, please let me know.