Rob and Jason are joined by Alessandro Pignotti. They first talk about a linker project, a better assert for constexpr code. Then they talk about Cheerp, LeaningTech’s C++ WebAssembly compiler, how it differs from emscripten, Cheerp optimizations and some of LeaningTech’s other Cheerp products.
Rob and Jason are joined by Corentin Jabot. They first talk about a Visual Studio blog post on performance improvements in the ‘inner build loop’, and a ray tracer built into CMake. Then they talk to Corentin about his work in the C++ ISO committee on the Library Evolution Working Group and his thoughts on what could and should make it into C++23.
Rob and Jason are joined by Zach Lieberman, professor at MIT’s Media Lab and co-founder of the School for Poetic Computation. They first talk about Herb Sutter’s 2020 wrap up blog post and the ISO mailing from December 2020. Then Zach discusses Open Frameworks, a C++ toolkit he co-created 10 years ago for creative coding.
Rob and Jason are discuss various news articles, libraries and announcements on the last episode of 2020 before the new year.
Rob and Jason are joined by Patricia Aas from TurtleSec. They first talk about updates to a Web Assembly compiler Cheerp and an announcement for a new systems programming language conference. Then they talk to Patricia about her current project building a new web browser using modern C++, Qt 5 and the Chromium engine. They also discuss Patricia’s consulting business and managing it during the pandemic.
Rob and Jason are joined by Andreas Kling. They first talk about the Qt 6.0 Release as well as another new C++ podcast that has been announced. They then talk to Andreas Kling about SerenityOS, the C++ Operating System he is building along with others in the Open Source community.
Rob and Jason are joined by Patrice Roy. They first talk discuss JeanHeyd Meneide’s blog post regarding ABI breakage in C and C++. Then they talk to Patrice Roy about his experience teaching C++ during the COVID pandemic, the first ISO Virtual Plenary and more.