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Feb 24, 2017

Rob and Jason are joined by Björn Fahller to talk about the trompeloeil Mocking Framework for Modern C++ Unit Testing.

Björn Fahller is a senior developer at Net Insight, and has been developing software for a living since 1994, mostly embedded programming for communications devices. Björn learned C++ from usenet and the ARM (Annotated Reference Manual) which was the standard before there was a standard. On a hobby basis, Björn likes to find silly solutions to non-problems and to explore effects of programming constructs. Outside of programming, Björn is a member of a small group thet brews beer together, and is also a member of a volunteer organization of aviators who help with things like search and rescue operations, forest fire monitoring, and storm damage assessment.

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Feb 17, 2017

Rob and Jason are joined by Alex Allain from Dropbox to talk about Dropbox's Djinni code generator and Alex's book Jumping into C++.

Alex Allain is a Director of Engineering at Dropbox. He was one of the first engineers on the Dropbox Business product before leading Dropbox's Product Platform group, whose initiatives includes the Dropbox Sync Engine, shared mobile C++ and developer tools. Alex has run Cprogramming.com since 1998 and is the author of Jumping into C++, a book for new programmers.

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Feb 10, 2017

 

Rob and Jason are joined by Stephan T Lavavej to talk about Microsoft's STL and some of the changes to the Library coming in the VS 2017 release.

Stephan T. Lavavej is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft, maintaining Visual C++'s implementation of the C++ Standard Library since 2007. He also designed a couple of C++14 features: make_unique and the transparent operator functors. He likes his initials (which people can actually spell) and cats (although he doesn't own any).

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