Contributions

Event
Rob and Jason are joined by Sean Baxter. They first talk about a blog post and some papers headed for the upcoming ISO meeting in Prague. Then they discuss Circle, the compiler and language extension for C++17.
Article
Today let's recall the oldie but goodie article "The Last Line Effect" written more than 5 years ago. Time passes, but nothing changes. There is nothing dreadful in it. Copy-Paste is still cruel and merciless. However, over the years, many new readers have joined our blog who may not be familiar with that article. So now there will be a moment of memories and a few additions.
Article
If you're reading this text, you've either thought that something was wrong with the headline or you've seen the name of a familiar computer game. VVVV VVVV is an indie platformer game that has stolen the hearts of many players by its pleasant external simplicity and no less pleasant internal complexity. A few days ago, VVVVVV turned 10 years, and the author of the game - Terry Cavanagh - celebrated this holiday by publishing its С++ source code. What mind-boggling things is it hiding?
Event
Rob and Jason are joined by Saar Raz. They first discuss blog posts covering a new project management tool for C++ and another about improving Clang support for large integer arrays. Then they talk to Saar Raz about his work to add Concepts support to the Clang compiler.
Event
Rob and Jason are joined by Saar Raz. They first discuss blog posts covering a new project management tool for C++ and another about improving Clang support for large integer arrays. Then they talk to Saar Raz about his work to add Concepts support to the Clang compiler.
Event
Rob and Jason discuss C++ news and the new year after the Holiday season.
Article
Perhaps, readers remember my article titled "Last line effect". It describes a pattern I've once noticed: in most cases programmers make an error in the last line of similar text blocks. Now I want to tell you about a new interesting observation. It turns out that programmers tend to make mistakes in functions comparing two objects. This statement looks implausible; however, I'll show you a great number of examples of errors that may be shocking to a reader.
Article
Perhaps every microcontroller software developer has heard about special coding standards to help improve the code security and portability. One of such standards is MISRA. In this article, we'll take a closer look at what this standard is, its concept and how to use it in your projects.
Event
Rob and Jason are joined by Ken Museth the CEO of Voxel Tech. They first discuss a blog post about std::embed and the new version of Qt that was just released. Then they talk to Ken Museth about OpenVDB a C++ library for working with volumetric data used in Visual Effects, Scientific Simulations and more.
Article
Another year is drawing to an end, and it's a perfect time to make yourself a cup of coffee and reread the reviews of bugs collected across open-source projects over this year. This would take quite a while, of course, so we prepared this article to make it easier for you. Today we'll be recalling the most interesting dark spots that we came across in open-source C/C++ projects in 2019.
Event
Rob and Jason are joined by Satabdi Das. They first discuss a new Visual Studio update and an article written by Bjarne Stroustrup. Then Satabdi talks about debugging and why it’s beneficial to write or give conference talks on difficult to fix bugs, she also talks about her work on a hardware emulator and static analyzers.
Tool
We're glad to offer to your attention a quick overview of the PVS-Studio 7.05 code analyzer release. The analyzer is enriched with twenty new diagnostics and infrastructure improvements.
Article
During one of C++Russia conferences, I got acquainted with the team, developing the PVS-Studio code analyzer. Right now, I'd like to hand it over to them. They will make a small overview of this amazing tool, give a few useful links. In addition, they promised to provide you with a small bonus.
Event
Rob and Jason are joined by Björn Fahller. They first discuss articles on the C++ ABI and a blog post on performance analysis. Then Björn talks about cache friendliness, C++ contracts and type safety.