June C++ Link Roundup
C++ link roundup for June:
- In the latest CppCast <chrono> and more with Howard Hinnant, Rob Irving and Jason Turner interview the author of several C++11 and 14 features Howard Hinnant.
- PJ Naughter has created a C++ framework called Toast++ which allows for easy integration of Windows UWP Notification toasts in desktop Win32 applications.
- The Mozilla Record and Replay Framework (“rr”) is a lightweight tool for recording and replaying execution of applications (trees of processes and threads) on Linux. You can set breakpoints and reverse-execute to where they were hit.
- ISO C++ hosts this mega (super) C++ FAQ on all things C++ related. Continuously updated (it is a wiki), it covers everything from overview material including big picture issues and coding standards to classes and inheritance, C++11 and C++14. Good stuff for beginners and experts alike.
- Eric Niebler spoke about the latest experimental additions to the standard library and the concepts and the design decisions behind them at the May Northwest C++ user group meeting.
- Chandler Carruth spoke about compiler optimizations for C++ at the June Northwest C++ user group meeting.
- Microsoft Build 2017 was held in May in Seattle, WA. You can catch our own Marian Luparu as he shares 7++ reasons to move your C++ code to Visual Studio 2017 with a bunch of demos and other content on Channel 9.
- Jason Turner “Rich Code for Tiny Computers: A Simple Commodore 64 Game in C++17” is not to be missed.
- Punit Jajobia published a full series of articles on C++ library functions.
- C++ Now was held in May in Aspen, Colorado. Videos are available now.
- CppCon will be in Bellevue, Washington in September. Early bird registration fees end July 7th. The program should be announced later in July. There are pre- and post- conference training sessions available as well.
- CppChat is returning from hiatus in July. John Kalb comments on c++ and examines issues of interest to c++ programmers.
If you have links for next month’s collection, please share in the comments. Thank you.