C++: an invisible foundation.
A short talk plus a Q&A with the ACM student chapter at Hacettepe University in Ankara, Turkey.
A talk for IDA (A professional organization for Danish engineers):
The Continuing Evolution of C++.
The introduction is in Danish, but the talk itself is in English.
The talk is in two 45-minute talks (plus Q&A)
C++ Core Guidelines Project.
A short (14 minute) keynote and the 2019 NYC FINOS open-source conference.
I'm off to a slow start because I was just told that I had 15 minutes, rather than the expected 45.
From C to C++: 1979-2019.
From the Unix50 Celebration at Nokia Bell Labs: "Unix50 - Unix Today and Tomorrow."
My talk starts at 18:50 after Brian Kernighan's talk about "The little languages of Unix".
A brief interview
in connection with the Doctor Causa Honoris ceremony in The University of Carlos III in Madrid.
Doctor Causa Honoris ceremony
in The University of Carlos III in Madrid.
Prof. J-Daniel Garcia-Sanchez intoduces me (Laudatio): 40:54.
My speech (Lectio Magistralis) on language design for non-language geeks: 51:00.
Two talks at Budapest Technical University.
A talk by my colleague Abel Sinkovic on debugging metaprograms followed by one by me on type- and resource-safe C++.
Abel's talk should be compulsory watching for people who claim that we don't urgently need concepts.
An semi-technical talk to Churchill College Computer Society.
Churchill is my Cambridge College.
The Design of C++.
A Bell Labs Video posted by The Computer History Museum.
Also known as "The flying goose talk."
What happend was that I was supposed to use a teleprompter, which I hated,
so when it broke down a third way into the talk, I could not see the slides or any notes, I was flying blind but just csarried on.
The last two thirds of the talk was done without props, completely from memory.
When I couldn't think of what to say next, I pulled the string on the goose to gain time.