Rob and Jason are joined by Joël Falcou and Denis Yaroshevskiy. They first talk about the 6.2 release of Qt and the range-based for loop bug that won’t be getting fixed in C++23. Then they talk to Joel and Denis about EVE, a C++20 SIMD library that evolved from Boost.SIMD.
Rob and Jason are joined by Brandon Duick and Billy Sisson from Exyn Technologies. They first discuss the upcoming CppCon hybrid conference and a new tuple library for C++20. Then they talk to Brandon and Billy about the autonomous UAS/Drone software they work on at Exyn Technologies.
Rob and Jason are joined by Remi Coulom from Kayufu. They first discuss another blog posts about the ongoing ABI problems in C++ and another on common mistakes with comparison functions. Then they talk to Remi about Joedb, the Journal-Only Embedded Database.
Rob and Jason are joined by Amir Kirsh and Avi Lachmish from Incredibuild. They first discuss Idle, a new C++ framework, the September ISO mailing and an Algorithm Intuition Chart. Then they talk to Amir and Avi about the recent CoreCpp conference, Bjarne’s keynote and other talks from the conference.
Rob and Jason are joined by Bob Nystrom from Google. They first discuss git commands explained via cats and an analysis of how Visual Studio 2022 could use all your RAM. Then they talk to Bob about some of the programming languages he’s created, his two books ‘Crafting Interpreters’ and ‘Game Programming Patterns’ and his work on the Dart programming language at Google.
Rob and Jason are joined by Phil Nash. They first discuss another C++ podcasts interview with Sean Parent and a blog post from Bungie on their process for creating coding guidelines. Then they talk to Phil Nash about his new role at Sonar Source, his podcasts, C++ On Sea and more.
Rob and Jason are joined by Linus Groh. They first discuss a new feature of Compiler Explorer and some ISO papers. Then they talk to Linus about his involvement in the Serenity project, learning C++ as he became a contributor.