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Now displaying: February, 2022
Feb 25, 2022

Khalil Estell joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about Matt Godbolt's recent keynote at CPPP on C++'s Superpower. Then they talk to Khalil about teaching C++ embedded development and some of his thoughts on embedded development, including why not to avoid runtime polymorphism.

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Feb 18, 2022

Howard Butler joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about an announcement from Swift on a C++ interoperability workgroup. Then they talk to Howard Butler about the C++ Geospatial libraries GDAL and PDAL, and his involvement with geospatial development.

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Feb 11, 2022

Yacob Cohen-Arazi joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about an update to Microsoft's GSL library and the upcoming LLVM v14. Then they talk to Kobi about work he's done at Qualcomm with 5G networks and how 5G is about a lot more then just bandwidth improvements.

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Feb 4, 2022

Brian Kernighan joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about the pros and cons of virtual teaching and training during COVID times, and the news that BOLT has been merged into LLVM. Then they talk to Brian about the history of UNIX and C development at Bell Labs.

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