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May 29, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Anastasia Kazakova. They first discuss news from Herb Sutter that the November ISO meeting has been postponed and a new Visual Studio preview release. Then they talk to Anastasia Kazakova from JetBrains about Rider for Unreal Engine and other updates to CLion and Resharper for C++ as well as information about the C++ ecosystem.

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May 22, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Martin Hořeňovský. They first discuss some ISO papers and Jason learning Rust from his cousin Jonathan. Then Martin tells them about his work maintaining Catch 2, including his plans for future updates of the unit testing library. Martin also talks about SAT solvers and problems with std::random.

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May 15, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Mateusz Pusz. They first discuss the 10.1 update of GCC and an article from Raymond Chen. Then they talk to Mateusz about his physical units library and his efforts to get physical units into the standard.

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May 8, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Billy O'Neal from Microsoft. They first discuss some news from various conferences and user groups that are going online. Then they talk to Billy O'Neal from Microsoft's Visual C++ team. He tells them how he joined the team and some of the projects he's worked on, including some recent work on vcpkg.

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May 1, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Matt Klein from Lyft. They first discuss an update to Microsoft's Guidelines Support Library with changes to span. Then they talk to Matt Klein who dicusses Envoy Proxy and how it's used in Cloud Native applications.

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Apr 24, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Tony Van Eerd. They first discuss some conference news, including Microsoft's upcoming Pure Virtual C++ Conference. Then Tony Van Eerd joins them to discuss his Postmodern C++ talk, and some of his work on the C++ standards committee.

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Apr 17, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Andrew Leaver-Fay from UNC and Jack Maguire from Menten AI. They first discuss a proposal to update both C and C++ and create a unified common core for the languages. Then they talk to Andrew and Jack about Rosetta, a C++ protein modeling library, it's history being ported from Fortran and some of its use cases such as creating HIV vaccines.

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Apr 10, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Jonathan Turner. They first discuss updates to {fmt} and SourceTrail. Then they talk to Jonathan Turner about some of the languages he's worked on; including Chaiscript with Jason, Typescript at Microsoft and Rust at Mozilla. They then talk about his current project: NuShell.

 

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Apr 3, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Daniela Engert. They first discuss a blog post on a new static analyzer feature in GCC 10 and Jason's plans to port the classic DOOM game to C++. Then Daniela gives Jason and Rob an introduction to Modules in C++20.

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Mar 27, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Kevin Cadieux and Sy Brand. They first discuss a blog post on Memory Access Patterns and the Clang 10 release. Then they talk about C++ Build Insights, Kevin tells us how vcperf can be used to find places where build performance can be improved in your code. Sy then goes over some of the other recent updates to Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code.

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Mar 20, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Jussi Pakkanen. They first discuss the ongoing effects that the Corona Virus is having on the C++ Community. Then they talk to Jussi Pakkanen who gives them an update on what's changed in Mesonbuild since he was first on show 201 episodes earlier. Jussi also shares some info about the Meson Manual which is available as an e-book.

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Mar 13, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Yuri Minaev from PVS-Studio. They first discuss a blog posts on ISO's recent decision not to break the C++ ABI in C++23 and getting rid of volatile in the Qt codebase. Then they talk to Yuri Minaev, one of the developers at PVS Studio working on the static analyzer. They discuss some of the forms of analysis that the tool excels at and how it's changed the way Yuri programs.

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Mar 6, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Barry Revzin. They first discuss a blog post about how to declare a class's data members and methods. They then discuss some of his contributions to C++20 including some necessary fixes to spaceship operator, and some proposals he is working on for C++23 including pack declaration and a new pipe operator.

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Feb 28, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Thiago Macieira from Intel. They first talk about Visual Studio's Qt support, and articles from Bjarne Stroustrup and Herb Sutter. They then talk about Thiago's history with Qt, including his former role as Qt Release Manager and his contributions to QtCore, QtNetwork and more.

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Feb 21, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Hana Dusikova from Avast. They talk about the final changes that went into the C++20 draft which should become the official new standard in 3 or 4 months. They also discuss the direction of C++23 and some of the papers that were proposed in Prague.

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Feb 14, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Brad Larson from Garmin. They first talk about some of the papers headed to this week's ISO C++ meeting in Prague. Then they talk about Brad's work at Garmin running C and C++ code on watches and other embedded devices.

 

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Jan 31, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Vadim Zeitlin one of the maintainers of WxWidgets. They first talk about a blog post describing a fantastic bug and another responding to the changes announced by Qt. Then Vadim tells them about how he got involved contributing to WxWidgets, the cross platform C++ GUI library.

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Jan 24, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Sean Baxter. They first talk about a blog post and some papers headed for the upcoming ISO meeting in Prague. Then they discuss Circle, the compiler and language extension for C++17.

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Jan 17, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Phil Nash, Adi Shavit and Fred Tingaud. They talk with the three meetup and conference organizers about their motivations for launching new C++ conferences last year and discuss some of the work involved in doing so.

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Jan 10, 2020

Rob and Jason are joined by Saar Raz. They first discuss blog posts covering a new project management tool for C++ and another about improving Clang support for large integer arrays. Then they talk to Saar Raz about his work to add Concepts support to the Clang compiler.

 

Saar Raz is a tech and C++ enthusiast from Israel, Saar programs in C++ mostly in his free time. In late 2017, he volunteered to implement C++20 Concepts in the Clang compiler, and has been working on that since, now in the process of merging the work into mainline clang.

Other than C++ and tech, Saar also likes graphic design and playing video games.

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Dec 20, 2019

Rob and Jason are joined by Ken Museth the CEO of Voxel Tech. They first discuss a blog post about std::embed and the new version of Qt that was just released. Then they talk to Ken Museth about OpenVDB a C++ library for working with volumetric data used in Visual Effects, Scientific Simulations and more.

 

Ken Museth is CEO and co-founder of Voxel Tech which contracts to tech companies primarily in the movie and aerospace industries. Ken currently does contract work for SpaceX and Weta Digital. Previously he was director of R&D and Senior Principal Engineer at Dreamworks Animation. He was also a professor in computer graphics at Linkoping University and a visiting faculty member and research scientist at Caltech. He worked on trajectory design for the Genesis space mission at NASA's JPL and in 2015 received an Academy Award for the development of OpenVDB.

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Dec 13, 2019

Rob and Jason are joined by Satabdi Das. They first discuss a new Visual Studio update and an article written by Bjarne Stroustrup. Then Satabdi talks about debugging and why it's beneficial to write or give conference talks on difficult to fix bugs, she also talks about her work on a hardware emulator and static analyzers.

 

Satabdi has over 10 years of experience in C++. Currently she is working on a cloud based high performance file system in AWS. She has previously worked on an emulator, parser and static analyzer. She is also one of the co-founders of Boston Hack && Tell, a fun meetup for programmers to showcase their work. Long back she contributed to Gnome as an Outreachy intern. And not so long back she spent three months at Recurse Center learning assembly, debugger internals and distributed systems.

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Dec 6, 2019

Rob and Jason are joined by Björn Fahller. They first discuss articles on the C++ ABI and a blog post on performance analysis. Then Björn talks about cache friendliness, C++ contracts and type safety.

Björn works for Net Insight, where he wears many hats, including mentor trainer, troubleshooter, networking protocol designer, software architect, and programmer, and he is continuously pushing the codebase to increasingly modern C++. Programming has been his full-time profession since graduating from University in 1994, mostly writing embedded software for networking equipment. Björn first experienced programming when home computers be came popular in the early 80s, and it quickly became a permanent interest of his.

Occasionally Björn has been seen tinkering with unorthodox software constructs, pondering "what can be done with this?" He lives in Stockholm.

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