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Jun 26, 2016

Rob and Jason are joined by Herb Sutter, chair of the ISO C++ standards committee to discuss the latest progress on C++ 17 made at the Oulu ISO Standards meeting.

 

Herb Sutter is a leading authority on software development. He is the best selling author of several books including Exceptional C++ and C++ Coding Standards, as well as hundreds of technical papers and articles, including the essay “The Free Lunch Is Over” which coined the term “concurrency revolution” and its recent sequel “Welcome to the Jungle” on the end of Moore’s Law and the turn to mainstream heterogeneous supercomputing from the cloud to ‘smartphones.’

Herb has served for a decade as chair of the ISO C++ standards committee, and is a software architect at Microsoft where he has led the language extensions design of C++/CLI, C++/CX, C++ AMP, and other technologies.

 

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Jun 17, 2016

Rob and Jason are joined by Andrew Pardoe to discuss Visual C++ conformance progress as well as experimental features like Modules.

 

Andrew started working at Microsoft in 2002. He worked for the C++ team for exactly five years, first on testing the Itanium optimizer and then on the Phoenix compiler platform. He left in 2007 to become a PM on the CLR team (the C# runtime). Andrew left that job about two years ago and through the magic of corporate reorgs ended up as the C++ compiler PM.

In his role at Microsoft Andrew pays attention to pretty much everything without a GUI: the compiler front end/parser, code analysis, and a little bit to the optimizer. He also owns the tools acquisition story—such as the VC++ Build Tools SKU and updating to latest daily drops through NuGet—and Clang/C2. The Clang/C2 work is what ties Andrew into the Islandwood team, and the code analysis work focuses mostly on the C++ Core Guidelines checkers.

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Jun 10, 2016

Rob and Jason are joined by Jonathan Müller to discuss some of his recent blog posts, as well as the foonathan/memory library and the standardese documentation generator.

 

Jonathan is a CS student passionate about C++. In his spare time he writes libraries for real-time applications and games. He is mainly working on foonathan/memory which provides fast and customizable memory allocators that are easily integrated into your own code. Jonathan tweets at @foonathan and blogs about various C++ and library development related topics at foonathan.github.io. The blog posts are well received and often shared in the cpp subreddit or ISO C++.

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Jun 3, 2016

Rob and Jason are joined by Anastasia Kazakova to discuss new features of JetBrains' Clion IDE.

Being a C/C++ fan since University Anastasia has been creating real-time *nix-based systems and pushing them to production for 8 years. She has a passion for networking algorithms (especially congestion problems and network management protocols) and embedded programming, and believes in good tooling. Now she is a part of the JetBrains team working as a Product Marketing Manager for CLion the upcoming cross-platform C/C++ IDE.

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