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Mathematical constants in C++20

Hightlighting a less known C++20 feature:

Mathematical constants in C++20

by Jens Weller

From the article:

When I researched the library and language features of C++20 for the Meeting C++ Community survey, this feature catched my eye.

And I thought its such a nice small feature, I should mention it on the blog. As all other C++20 blog posts right now seem to be about coroutines. It also is a nice follow up on an old blog of mine: C++ & π, where I showed the various ways of obtaining pi for C++ in 2013...

Organizing the first Meeting C++ online tool fair on April 20th!

A new kind of online event: a tool fair to watch tool demos, meet with vendors and learn about C++ tooling.

Organizing the first Meeting C++ online tool fair on April 20th!

by Jens Weller

From the article:

On the evening of April 20th you'll be able to see demos, meet and chat with different C++ tool vendors at the online C++ tool fair!

Join the event on Meetup.

C++ User Group Meetings in April 2021

The monthly overview on upcoming C++ User Group Meetings

C++ User Group Meetings in April 2021

by Jens Weller

From the article:

The monthly list of upcoming C++ User Group meetings, still online due to the pandemic!

In April Meeting C++ online hosts two different events: on April 8th Andreas Fertig will speak about C++ insights and on April 20th Meeting C++ hosts an online C++ Tool fair.

There is 1 new C++ User Group: Vorarlberg.

Taming the power of C++ with AI

A new blog article on an exciting idea for C++

Taming the power of C++ with AI

by Jens Weller

From the article:

In January Bryce Adelstein Lelbach gave a talk about NDVIDIAS CUDASTL fork at my online C++ User Group. Shortly after this talk was published on YouTube I got contacted by a start up, seeking feedback on their ideas of accelerating C++ with help of GPUs and AI...

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?

Looking for C++ Employers for the online C++ Job fair on March 16th

Meeting C++ organizes the 2nd online C++ job fair on March 16th!

Looking for C++ Employers for March 16th

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Meeting C++ organizes the 2nd online C++ Job fair on March 16th!

The first online job fair in October 2020 was a big success, and now with the world coming back from the pandemic, I'd like to continue organizing these events online. This time the event will take place in wonder.me, a platform where users can freely roam around on a virtual map and engage in conversations by joining a circle. Join the Meeting C++ online User Group for further updates on the event.

The virtual job fair where you can attend and talk to different employers or job searchers is planned for March 16th. For Tuesday afternoon from 15-18:00 (CET) you'll be able to join the event and talk to employers and other job searchers. Each employer that registers will have its own named area. Employers need to sign up until March 10th.

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...