Happy new year, everybody! First, I want to thank you all for making 2010 such a great year for this site. The discussions and ideas have been excellent, and we’re looking forward to an even better 2011. But first, a quick plea to all our readers: this year’s BoostCon, scheduled for May 15-20 in beautiful Aspen, Colorado, needs presenters. For whatever reason, we’ve had fewer submissions than usual so far… but it’s not too late!
The readership of C++Next being among the most interesting programmers I know, I naturally thought of you. What do you know that’s worthy of attention? It doesn’t have to be directly C++- or Boost-related: any topic that you think might be engaging for Boost developers and/or users can work. Are you an expert in concurrent programming? Exotic languages? Do you have an experience deploying Boost to report on, or an idea for a new library? Bring it! Because Boost does most of its work on-line, workshops that can benefit from face-to-face collaborations are especially welcome.
Give it some thought. Then, if you think you might have something to add to our program, head on over to the call for sessions page and submit your proposal today!
Thanks for reading, everybody.