About the project

    An international effort is underway to standardise and refine the C++ language, coordinated by the C++ Working Group of the International Organization for Standardization.

    Russian developers have a voice in the improvement of the standard through Working Group 21 (C++ language) Russia.

    WG21 C++ Russia was created on 28 March 2016, as part of a subcommittee on “Programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces” within Rosstandart Technical Committee 22 (GOST R).

    Goals and objectives

    WG21 C++ Russia serves as an expert body on standardisation of C++. Its goal is to collect, organise and prepare proposals on standardisation of the C++ language initiated by Russian developers, and advocate these proposals at general meetings of the C++ Working Group of the International Organization for Standardization.
    WG21 C++ Russia members manage incoming ideas for proposals; discuss, write and refine proposals for the standard; advise developers writing proposals independently; and give presentations at open meetings of WG21 C++ Russia and the C++ community.

    WG21 C++ Russia Members

    Alexander Fokin
    Alexander Fokin, Chairman
    Head of Search Components Development at Yandex, search technologies specialist.
    Antony Polukhin
    Antony Polukhin, Co-Chairman
    Developer with Yandex.Taxi, maintainer of Boost C++ libraries, author and co-author of several proposals for the C++ standard, author of "Boost C++ Application Development Cookbook". More info at http://apolukhin.github.io/en/
    Anton Bikineev
    Anton Bikineev, Member
    Developer at Kaspersky Lab
    Nataliya Makarova
    Nataliya Makarova, Manager
    Developer Relations Expert, Project Manager at Yandex.