Rob and Jason are joined by Niall Douglas to discuss best practices for C++ 11/14 libraries.
Niall Douglas is a consultant for hire, is one of the authors of proposed Boost.AFIO and is currently the primary Google Summer of Code administrator for Boost. He is an Affiliate Researcher with the Waterloo Research Institute for Complexity and Innovation at the University of Waterloo, Canada, and holds postgraduate qualifications in Business Information Systems and Educational and Social Research as well as a second undergraduate degree double majoring in Economics and Management. He has been using Boost since 2002 and was the ISO SC22 (Programming Languages) mirror convenor for the Republic of Ireland 2011-2012. He formerly worked for BlackBerry 2012-2013 in their Platform Development group, and was formerly the Chief Software Architect of the Fuel and Hydraulic Test Benches of the EuroFighter defence aircraft. He is a published author in the field of Economics and Power Relations, is the Social Media Coordinator for the World Economics Association and his particular interest lies in productivity, the causes of productivity and the organisational scaling constraints which inhibit productivity.
Niall Douglas is a consultant for hire, is one of the authors of the proposed Boost.AFIO v2 and Boost Outcome, he is also currently the primary Google Summer of Code administrator for Boost.
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