In my "retirement from active involvement in C++" post at the end of last year, I wrote:
Well, it's been scheduled, and I'm letting you know: I'll be giving a presentation at the Nexon Developers Conference in Seoul on April 28. The topic is "Modern C++ Beyond the Headlines," and I plan to talk about how some features in C++11/14 are better than they appear at first glance (e.g.,
I may even give one more talk. (A potential conference appearance has been in the works for a while. If it gets scheduled, I'll let you know.)
constexpr), while others are likely to be less attractive than they initially seem (e.g., emplacement).
There are no talks in the pipeline after this one, and I've been holding fast on my decision not to accept new engagements, so in all likelihood, this is the last C++ presentation I'll make. If you want to be there to see if I botch the landing, the Nexon Developers Conference at the end of the month is the place to be!