Holiday Special With Phil Nash and Timur Doumler

Posted on Friday, Dec 23, 2022
Rob and Jason are back, at least for the holidays, and are joined by Timur Doumler and Phil Nash to talk about some of their recent news, and a super secret new project they are working on together.

Guests

Timur Doumler

Timur Doumler

Timur Doumler is a C++ developer specializing in audio and music technology, active member of the ISO C++ committee, and part of the includecpp.org team. He is passionate about building communities, clean code, good tools, and the evolution of C++.

Phil Nash

Phil Nash

Phil is the original author of Catch2, regular speaker at conferences, trainer, organizer of C++ on Sea and the C++ London meet-up, co-host of cpp.chat and No Diagnostic Required podcasts, and recently moved to SonarSource as Developer Advocate.

More generally he’s an advocate for good testing practices, TDD and using the type system and tools and functional techniques to reduce complexity, increase correctness, and is not afraid of ABI breaks.

Hosts

Rob Irving

Rob Irving

Rob Irving is a Software Engineer with Sierra Nevada Corporation in Holly Springs, NC. He started the CppCast podcast in February 2015, frustrated by the lack of podcast content for C++ development.

A believer in continuous education, he loves learning about new technologies, often through podcasts!

Jason Turner

Jason Turner

Jason has been developing portable C++ since 2002. With very few exceptions, every line of code he has written since then has had to run on multiple platforms. He is an independent contractor and trainer focusing on cross-platform issues, utilization of C++ libraries from scripting languages and code quality assurance. He is the co-creator and maintainer of ChaiScript, a mature scripting language designed for modern C++. He is also the creator and curator of cppbestpractices.com an effort to gather the collective wisdom of the C++ community.

Contact Jason if you are interested in having on-site C++ training for your company.


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