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The first podcast by C++ developers for C++ developers!






CppDock and nbdl with Jason Rice

Jason is a web applications programmer with an appetite for C++ metaprogramming having made small contributions to Boost.Hana. He is actively working on the library Nbdl, waiting for the day when C++ takes over the web. News #include Blast from the Past: Borland C++ on Windows 98Boost 1.67.0 Released Jason Rice @JasonRice_Jason Rice's GitHub Links CppDockNbdlC++Now 2017: Jason Rice "Nbdl: A library that uses metaprogramming... A lot" Sponsors PVS-StudioJetBrainsCppCast Patreon ...


Blogging and Text Processing with Bartłomiej Filipek

Rob and Jason are joined by Bartłomiej Filipek to discuss blogging, Simplifying C++ Code with C++17, and the work he's doing at Xara. Bartłomiej Filipek (Bartek as a shorter version) is a C++ software developer at Xara where he works mostly on text features for advanced document editors. He works remotely from Cracow/Poland. Apart from graphics applications, Bartek also has experience with game development, large-scale systems for aviation, writing graphics drivers and even biofeedback....


News Roundup

Rob and Jason discuss Jacksonville trip reports, April Fools posts and more. News Deprecating Raw Pointers in C++20No new new: Raw pointers removed from C++C++ will no longer have pointersHPX 1.1.0 ReleasedFreestanding trip report: emBO++ and JacksonvilleOh, lock-free circular buffers, yay! Hey, no 2D graphics? Jacksonville trip reportJetBrains Trip ReportClion 2018.1 releaseCmake 3.11 ReleaseConfiguring C++ Intellisense and Browsing Links @robwirving@lefticus Sponsor JetBrains ...


C++ and Typescript at Ubisoft Massive with Ólafur Waage

Rob and Jason are joined by Ólafur Waage to discuss the work done at Ubisoft Massive using C++ and Typescript for application development and much more. Ólafur Waage is a Generalist Programmer at Ubisoft Massive where he works on the Uplay PC client and services. His work focuses mainly on programming with C++ but Python and C# do appear from time to time. In his spare time he plays video games which is not surprising given his job but he also likes puzzles, non fiction audio books and...


Jacksonville Trip Report with Patrice Roy

Rob and Jason are joined by Patrice Roy to discuss the Jacksonville C++ Committee meeting and the state of features that may make it into C++20, new Study Groups and much more. Patrice Roy has been playing with C++, either professionally, for pleasure or (most of the time) both for over 20 years. After a few years doing R&D and working on military flight simulators, he moved on to academics and has been teaching computer science since 1998. Since 2005, he’s been involved more specifically...


News Roundup

Rob and Jason discuss catch up on two weeks' worth of C++ news on a very special Pi day episode. News WG21 pre-Jacksonville teleconResults summary: C++ Foundation Developer SurveyClangFormat Support in Visual Studio 2017C++ Code Analysis Improvements for Visual Studio 2017Linux C++ Workload improvements to the Project System, Console Window, rsync and Attach to ProcessLLVM 6.0 ReleaseProfiling: OptimisationSimplify code with 'if constexpr' in C++17Lvalues, rvalues, glvalues, prvalues,...


Conference News and CppChat with Jon Kalb

Rob and Jason are joined by Jon Kalb to discuss upcoming C++ conferences, CppChat and east const. Jon does onsite training in C++ and chairs C++Now, CppCon, and the Boost Steering Committee. Next month he will be speaking at the ACCU conference in Bristol, and keynoting the C++ Russia conference in Saint Petersburg. News Market share of the most used C/C++ IDEs in 2018A cake for your cherry, what should go in the C++ standard libraryBatteries not included: what should go in the C++...


Competitive Coding with Conor Hoekstra

Rob and Jason are joined by Conor Hoekstra to discuss Competive Coding websites and competitions Conor Hoekstra works at Moody's Analytics as a C++ Software Developer helping maintain and develop an insurance software program called AXIS. Wanting to develop better algorithm and data structure knowledge he started using online sites like HackerRank and LeetCode to do so. He now has a YouTube channel where he reviews the contests from the last week of Competitive Coding sites like...


API & ABI Versioning with Mathieu Ropert

Rob and Jason are joined by Mathieu Ropert to discuss C++ API & ABI compatibility issues and Modern CMake. Mathieu is a french C++ expert with an eclectic background. He's worked in various fields including kernels, virtualization, web development, databases, REST microservices, build systems and package management, all those in (or about) C or C++. He is presently awaiting his next challenge in the video game industry that should come up next May in Stockholm, Sweden. Until then, Mathieu...


Qt Mobile Development with Sarah Smith

Rob and Jason are joined by Sarah Smith to talk about her career in Mobile Development with C++ and Qt. Sarah Smith comes to mobile development & entrepreneurship with a background in Software Engineering for companies like Nokia & Google, and over a decade of mobile device experience. She builds on a love of game development since creating Dungeons & Dragons modules on her own web-server while studying for a BSc (Comp Sci) in the late 90's. Realizing a goal to develop independent games...


foonathan/type_safe and more with Jonathan Müller

Rob and Jason are joined by Jonathan Müller to talk about his experience at University and some of his recent projects. Jonathan is a CS student passionate about C++. In his spare time he writes libraries like foonathan/memory which provides memory allocator implementations. He is also working on standardese which is a documentation generator specifically designed for C++. Jonathan tweets at @foonathan and blogs about various C++ and library development related topics at...


Think-Cell Ranges with Arno Schödl

Rob and Jason are joined by Arno Schödl to talk about the work he does at think-cell with C++ and their custom range library. Arno Schödl, Ph.D. is the Co-Founder and Technical Director of think-cell Software GmbH, Berlin. think-cell is the de facto standard when it comes to professional presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint. Arno is responsible for the design, architecture and development of all our software products. He oversees think-cell’s R&D team, Quality Assurance and Customer...


Data Oriented Design with Balázs Török

Rob and Jason are joined by Balázs Török to talk about his work in the Video Game Industry and his thoughts on Data Oriented Design. Balázs Török is a Senior Tech Programmer at Techland. He has more than 10 years of experience in the games industry. Balázs learned the ropes at Hungarian companies by making smaller titles and then moved to Poland to work on The Witcher series. He was the Lead Engine programmer on The Witcher 3 and now he is working at Techland on another promising...


Meltdown and Spectre with Matt Godbolt

Rob and Jason are joined by Matt Godbolt to talk about the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities and how they affect C++ Programmers. Matt is a developer at trading firm DRW. Before that he's worked at Google, run a C++ tools company, and spent over a decade in the games industry making PC and console games. He is fascinated by performance and created Compiler Explorer, to help understand how C++ code ends up looking to the processor. When not performance tuning C++ code he enjoys...


Boost Application Development with Antony Polukhin

Rob and Jason are joined by Antony Palukhin to talk about some of the Boost libraries he's contributed to including Any, Conversion, DLL, LexicalCast, Stacktrace, TypeTraits and Variant; as well as his Boost Application Development book. Antony Polukhin was born in Russia. Since university days he started contributing to Boost and became a maintainer of the Boost.LexicalCast library. Today, he works for Yandex, helps Russian speaking people with C++ standardization proposals, consults...


C++ Object Model with Nicole Mazzuca

Rob and Jason are joined by Nicole Mazzuca to talk about the C++ Object Model, and some of the differences between Rust and C++. Nicole is someone who's thought a bit too much about object models and error handling. She started in C, moved to Rust, and then fell into C++ a year ago. She also loves coffee, and latte art. News Meson 0.44.0 is outC++Now 2018 Call for submissionsMSVC code optimizer improvements in Visual Studio 2017 version 15.5 and 15.3Broken warnings theory Nicole...


Reverse Debugging with Greg Law

Rob and Jason are joined by Dr. Greg Law from Undo to talk about the magic of reverse debugging and how it is becoming more widely known in the programming community. Greg is the co-founder and CEO of Undo. He is a coder at heart, but likes to bridge the gap between the business and software worlds. (Sadly, these days most of Greg's coding is done on aeroplanes.) Greg has 20 years’ experience in the software industry and has held development and management roles at companies including...


C++ Tour, Compilers and FASTBuild with Arvid Gerstmann

Rob and Jason are joined by Arvid Gerstmann from Appico to talk about bringing his new C++ Tour project, building your own C Compiler, using FASTBuild and more. Arvid Gerstmann is a passionate programmer and computer enthusiast, with a focus on writing high-performance C++. His area of expertise include, but is not limited to, writing compilers, implementing the included standard libraries, and creating game engines and games. He is currently the CTO of Appico. If he is not programming,...


Clang Power Tools with Victor Ciura

Rob and Jason are joined by Victor Ciura from Caphyon to talk about bringing clang tidy magic to Visual Studio C++ Developers with Clang Power Tools Victor Ciura is a Senior Software Engineer at CAPHYON and Technical Lead on the Advanced Installer team. For over a decade, he designed and implemented several core components and libraries of Advanced Installer such as: IIS, Repackager, OS virtualization and others. He’s a regular guest at Computer Science Department of his Alma Mater,...


Oculus Research with Dave Moore

Rob and Jason are joined by Dave Moore from Oculus Research to talk about the Oculus C++ SDK and Augmented Reality. Dave Moore started programming after getting fired from his college work study job. This worried his parents, but it seems to have worked out in the end. After spending 17 years in and around the computer games industry, most recently at RAD Game Tools, he's now a software engineer at Oculus Research, working to advance the computer vision technology underlying virtual and...


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