Registration for the seventh annual C++Now Conference (formerly BoostCon) opens today, and if you're looking for a great C++ conference to attend this year, you should definitely consider C++Now. I attended last year's conference and it was terrific: in addition to a splendid program of sessions about a wide variety of subjects related to C++, it was an unparalleled opportunity to be able to meet and learn from many C++ experts and to chat with other C++ enthusiasts and learn how others use the C++ language.
You can find information about the 2013 conference, including registration information, in the official announcement. Here's the brief introduction:
The seventh annual C++Now Conference (formerly BoostCon) will be held at the Aspen Center for Physics in Aspen, Colorado, May 12th to 17th, 2013.
“We are thrilled to announce the second annual C++Now conference, the whole-language edition of BoostCon covering all the coolest topics in C++,” said Dave Abrahams, Conference Co-Chair. “In 2012, we broadened the conference scope by adding a third track and offering more C++11 coverage than any other event, and the community responded with an unprecedented number of registrations. In 2013, we are going to build on that success with foundational sessions integrating what we’ve all learned about using C++11 during the past year, while continuing the exploration of cutting-edge topics that BoostCon attendees have come to expect.”
But I suspect few others do.
C++ walks into a bar after a long day of work. The bartender looks at him and says, "What's wrong"? C++ replies, "I've been looking at the same copy-and-paste code.. I need a boost."