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Job related results from the Meeting C++ community survey

Taking a look at the job related questions from the Meeting C++ community survey.

Job related results from the Meeting C++ community survey

by Jens Weller

From the article:

I started a blog series about the results for 2020 of the Meeting C++ Community survey. As next week is the second online C++ Job fair, I thought I take a look at the job related questions.

This time all graphs show the result of 2020 on the left and the current result for 2021 on the left. So you can compare and see a few first changes to 2020. Mostly the results are similar though, most questions have so far around ~200 answeres in 2021. If this trend continues, 2021 is going to collect again around 1-1.5k answers per Question it seems.

Lets start with what is your job title today?

6 years of weekly Meeting C++ Blogrolls!

Its now 6 years since Meeting C++ publishes a weekly blogroll for C++!

6 years of Meeting C++ Blogrolls

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Today 6 years ago the first weekly blogroll of Meeting C++ was released.

Since then it has been released on (most) Fridays, giving you a weekly overview of what happend in the C++ Blog scene and Videos in the past 7 days. Since last year...

Teresa Johnsons Meeting C++ 2020 Center Keynote: ThinLTO Whole Program Optimization

Taking a look at next weeks keynote by Teresa Johnson

Teresa Johnsons Center Keynote: ThinLTO Whole Program Optimization: Past, Present and Future

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Whole program optimization enables higher performance in C++ applications, because of the expanded scope for analysis and optimization. Traditionally, whole program optimization is not scalable in memory or time, and doesn't support effective incremental builds. ThinLTO (Thin Link Time Optimization) is a new compilation model that...

A look at next weeks Meeting C++ 2020 online conference

Looking at how next weeks Meeting C++ 2020 will be online

A look at next weeks Meeting C++ 2020 online conference

by Jens Weller

From the article:

First, Meeting C++ 2020 is an online conference, the planned onsite part is canceled. More about this in the last paragraph, as first, lets look whats happening next week!

The online part

Next weeks conference will consist of two tracks hosted in remo, one for talks and one for communication/networking/live video chat...