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CppCast Episode 118: FluentC++ with Jonathan Boccara

Episode 118 of CppCast the only podcast for C++ developers by C++ developers. In this episode Rob and Jason are joined by Jonathan Boccara to talk about the FluentC++ blog and the benefit of doing daily C++ talks at your office.

CppCast Episode 118: FluentC++ with Jonathan Boccara

by Rob Irving and Jason Turner

About the interviewee:

Jonathan Boccara is a passionate C++ developer working for Murex on a large codebase of financial software. His interests revolve around making code expressive. He regularly blogs on Fluent C++, where he explores how to use the C++ language to write expressive code, make existing code clearer, and also about how to keep your spirits up when facing unclear code. Jonathan loves writing, making videos, reading programming books, hanging out at conferences, meeting people, learning new languages and making trainings and presentations.

Concept Requirements—EverythingCpp

The new C++ feature defined in Concept TS, the 'concept' allows for a variety of forms of requirements to be written. This video details those forms, with an example of how they may be applied, and why.

Concept Requirements

by EverythingCpp

About the video:

Continuing on the topic of Concepts from previous videos, this video details the types of requirements usable in a concept, how to write them, and how they may be used.

New C++ YouTube Channel (CopperSpice)

New C++ channel on YouTube:

YouTube Channel (CopperSpice)

by Barbara Geller and Ansel Sermersheim

About the channel:

We would like to announce our YouTube channel which we started in July. New content was added today and our goal is to post a new video every other Thursday. Videos will be about C++, CopperSpice, DoxyPress, open source, pair programming, managing a software business, and subjects related to our work. Please subscribe and we look forward to your feedback.

CppCast Episode 117: DebugView++ with Jan Wilmans

Episode 117 of CppCast the only podcast for C++ developers by C++ developers. In this episode Rob and Jason are joined by Jan Wilmans to talk about the DebugView++ debug and logging tool and some of his other open source projects.

CppCast Episode 117: DebugView++ with Jan Wilmans

by Rob Irving and Jason Turner

About the interviewee:

Jan is a Software Engineer at Promexx, contracted by ThermoFisher Scientific to work on integration of motion controller in Transmission Electron Microscopes. He has been programming for 25 years, started with basic, z80 assembly and later C++. He is now a C++ enthusiast, an open source developer and likes to keep up to date on new c++ developments. In his free time he enjoys playing video games and watching science fiction together with his wife Babette.

CppCon 2016: What We’ve Learned From the C++ Community—Robert Irving & Jason Turner

Have you registered for CppCon 2017 in September? Don’t delay – Registration is open now.

While we wait for this year’s event, we’re featuring videos of some of the 100+ talks from CppCon 2016 for you to enjoy. Here is today’s feature:

What We've Learned From the C++ Community

by Robert Irving & Jason Turner

(watch on YouTube) (watch on Channel 9)

Summary of the talk:

For over a year and a half Rob and Jason have been engaging with the speakers, library authors, bloggers and luminaries of the C++ community for their podcast, CppCast. In this talk they'll share the most interesting tools, insights and lessons they have learned from interviewing and interacting with the C++ community

CppCast Episode 116: Volta and Cuda C++ with Olivier Giroux

Episode 116 of CppCast the only podcast for C++ developers by C++ developers. In this episode Rob and Jason are joined by Olivier Giroux from NVidia to talk about programming for the Volta GPU.

CppCast Episode 116: Volta and Cuda C++ with Olivier Giroux

by Rob Irving and Jason Turner

About the interviewee:

Olivier Giroux has worked on eight GPU and four SM architecture generations released by NVIDIA. Lately, he works to clarify the forms and semantics of valid GPU programs, present and future. He was the programming model lead for the new NVIDIA Volta architecture. He is a member of WG21, the ISO C++ committee, and is a passionate contributor to C++'s forward progress guarantees and memory model.