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 Matt are joined by Denis Bakhvalov. They first talk about building Minesweeper in C++ with SFML and a paper on throughput prediction on intel microarchitectures. Then they talk to Denis about his blog, book and video series focusing on C++ performance, and his vision of the future tooling and techniques of writing performant C++ code.
Rob and Jason are joined by Sean Parent and Dave Abrahams. They first talk to Dave about his history with C++, Boost and the Swift programming language. Then they talk with Sean and Dave about Adobe’s Software Technology Lab and their plans to focus on Concurrency in C++.
Rob and Jason are joined by Hartmut Kaiser and Mikael Simberg. They first discuss some blog posts on returning multiple values from a function and C++ Ranges. Then they talk to Hartmut Kaiser and Mikael Simberg on the latest version of HPX, how easy it is to gain performance improvements with HPX, and DLA Futures, the Distributed Linear Algebra library built using HPX.
Rob and Jason are joined by Ivica Bogosavljevic from Johny’s Software Lab. They first talk about an open sourced 3d game engine and C++ documentation tools. Then they talk to Ivica Bogosavljevic from Johny’s Software Lab where he writes about methods to improve performance in C++ applications.
Rob and Jason are joined by Damien Buhl and Yannic Staudt from tipi.build. They first talk about a new text encoding library and whether const should be the default for variables. Then they talk about tipi.build, the Compiler-as-a-Service that understands C++ code and can build it without scripts.
Rob and Jason are joined by Ondřej Čertík from Los Alamos National Laboratory. They first talk about ISO Papers and Github’s CoPilot AI programmer. Then they talk to Ondřej about LFortran, a modern LLVM based Fortran compiler that can compile Fortran code into C++.