Recognizing the breadth of our community, BoostCon is aimed at everyone from the budding Boost end-user to the most hard-core Boost library developer. Originally we were planning to run two tracks separated along those lines, but after reviewing the best submissions available, the program committee found that division to be both strained and artificial. After all, every Boost developer is also a Boost end-user.
Still, Boosters’ many interests call for more material than will fit into a single track, and fortunately we got the high-quality proposals that will allow us to serve everyone. In the end, we ended up with, simply, Track I and Track II. Feel free to hop between them at will; they’re merely a scheduling device.