New: C++ Foundation Developer Survey “Lite”, 2018-02

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cpp_logo.pngToday the Standard C++ Foundation opened its first-ever global C++ developer survey. As the name suggests, it's a one-pager:

C++ Developer Survey "Lite": 2018-02

Please take 10 minutes or so to participate! A summary of the results, including aggregated highlights of common answers in the write-in responses, will be posted publicly here on isocpp.org and shared with the C++ standardization committee to help inform C++ evolution.

If this one is successful we plan to do it again, perhaps annually or quarterly.

Thank you for participating and helping to inform our committee and community.

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Blog Staff said on Feb 26, 2018 02:14 PM:

In the survey in C++14 features we see structered bindings smile I think it's wrong.
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Blog Staff said on Feb 26, 2018 06:41 PM:

@zamazan4ik: Right you are. Fixed, thank you.
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Blog Staff said on Feb 27, 2018 01:31 AM:

Some question would IMO benefit from "we don't know of such thing at our project" option, or smth like that. E.g. questions about Boost.Outcome and various guidelines.
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Blog Staff said on Feb 28, 2018 03:21 AM:

That is great, I was going to suggest something like that on the lists a while ago.
As for feedback, I think the question "14. When you last upgraded your IDE or compiler..." should be split. There should be separate compiler question and separate IDE question. In my case I upgrade the IDE much, much more often then the compiler.
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Blog Staff said on May 25, 2018 10:13 PM:

Do some subtraction for C++, like:

template <typename Key, typename Value, typename Hash, typename Pred, typename Allocator> ...
Be Simplified To
template <Key, Value, Hash, Pred, Allocator> ...

, omit on type case only, easy for man and compiler