Rob and Jason are joined by Klaus Iglberger. They first talk about changes to make the Win32 API more accessible, some C++20 coroutine examples and ISO news. Then they talk to Klaus Iglberger about the SOLID design principles, why they still matter and what C++ developers should know about them.
Rob and Jason are joined by Alessandro Pignotti. They first talk about a linker project, a better assert for constexpr code. Then they talk about Cheerp, LeaningTech's C++ WebAssembly compiler, how it differs from emscripten, Cheerp optimizations and some of LeaningTech's other Cheerp products.
Rob and Jason are joined by Corentin Jabot. They first talk about a Visual Studio blog post on performance improvements in the 'inner build loop', and a ray tracer built into CMake. Then they talk to Corentin about his work in the C++ ISO committee on the Library Evolution Working Group and his thoughts on what could and should make it into C++23.
Rob and Jason are joined by Zach Lieberman, professor at MIT's Media Lab and co-founder of the School for Poetic Computation. They first talk about Herb Sutter's 2020 wrap up blog post and the ISO mailing from December 2020. Then Zach discusses Open Frameworks, a C++ toolkit he co-created 10 years ago for creative coding.