C++ on Sea is a new international C++ conference taking place in Folkestone, Kent, UK from 4th-6th February 2019.

Keynotes from Kate Gregory and Matt Godbolt will be joined, over two days, by 25 other speakers giving 60 and 90 minute sessions, as well as a day of workshops.

The full schedule (including workshops) is now available and tickets are on sale.

We are pleased to be supported by our Gold Sponsors:

Two days of great speakers

For the main conference days we have a diverse selection of well-known international speakers, along with some newer voices.

The first day is a three track event, the second has four tracks. We also have an addition plenary session, lightning talks and a "Meet The Speakers" gala dinner. See the schedule for full details.

Lightning talk submissions will be taken closer to the event - so make sure you're registered to be kept up-to-date.

One day of workshops

The day after the main conference is dedicated to workshop-based training. Experienced trainers will offer material for both beginners and experts. This is a more classroom-like environment where you will be expected to follow along on your own laptop.

We welcome and encourage people from all parts of the community - very much including those that identify as minorities (which, relative to our community includes women), and commit to supporting you in any way we can. C++ on Sea abides by the Berlin Code of Conduct.
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Location

C++ on Sea is hosted in Folkestone in Kent, UK. This historic seaside town is also home to the channel tunnel and, as such, has excellent links to the rest of europe. It's also very accessible from London with the UK's (currently) only high speed link, the HS1.

The conference will be held in Leas Cliff Hall. This working theater also has a dedicated conference suite. Built into the cliffs, and with floor-to-ceiling glass overlooking the sea on three sides, the views are spectacular!

The venue is about a 15 minute walk from Folkestone Central station, or ten minutes walk to the bustling town centre. As well as the modern town the old quarter, home to art galleries, curio shops and bohemian cafes and restaurants, extends down to the picturesque harbour.

Although the venue is split across three floors, connected via staircases, it is also fully accessible via elevator.


A selection of our Community Sponsors: