A couple of months ago, I had the pleasure to listen to and speak in front of some of the famous people of the C++ world (I’ve just realized, my talk even ended up on isocpp.org thanks to Jens).

C++ in Moscow

Now, a continuation (pun intended) of that story is happening. I was invited by Sergey Platonov to speak at the C++ Russia conference in Moscow alongside Sean Parent and Bartosz Milewski (very humbled and thrilled to be in the same group as them).

The presentation will be on the task scheduling using the continuation monad. It will be based on parts of my Berlin talk, but with much less time spent on monads, and with the second part about continuations significantly expanded.