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Posted on Thursday, May 12, 2022

Rob and Jason discuss various news articles, libraries and announcements.


Posted on Friday, Mar 25, 2022

Andrew Kelley joins Rob and Jason. They first say Happy 25th Birthday to Visual Studio and discuss a tool for parsing GCC error logs. Then they talk to Andrew Kelley, the president of the Zig Software Foundation. He talks about the Zig language, upcoming changes to its build tooling, and how Zig can be used with C and C++.

Swift and C++ Interoperability

Posted on Thursday, Mar 17, 2022

Dave Abrahams joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about JeanHeyd Meneid’s blog post on saving C’s ABI. Then they talk to Dave about his history as a founding contributor of boost and the current workgroup he is a part of to enable bidirectional interop between swift and C++.

New C++ Scope and Debugging Support

Posted on Thursday, Mar 10, 2022

René Ferdinand Rivera Morell joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about a new cmake initialization project and some projects in the C++ show and tell. Then they talk to René about his open letter to the C++ committee about expanding its scope to include tooling and other related technologies.

Secure Coding and Integers

Posted on Thursday, Mar 3, 2022

Robert Seacord joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about a constexpr wordle game and constexpr unique_ptr being added to the standard. Then they talk to Robert Seacord about secure coding and his thoughts on integers.

Teaching Embedded Development

Posted on Friday, Feb 25, 2022

Khalil Estell joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about Matt Godbolt’s recent keynote at CPPP on C++’s Superpower. Then they talk to Khalil about teaching C++ embedded development and some of his thoughts on embedded development, including why not to avoid runtime polymorphism.


Posted on Friday, Feb 18, 2022

Howard Butler joins Rob and Jason. They first talk about an announcement from Swift on a C++ interoperability workgroup. Then they talk to Howard Butler about the C++ Geospatial libraries GDAL and PDAL, and his involvement with geospatial development.