After last week’s post about tag dispatch let’s have a look at another example for useful empty classes: The passkey idiom can help us regain control that we would give […]
There are some nice-to-know use cases for classes that have no members. One of them is tag dispatch. It can even be found in your standard library implementation.
In the last weeks I have written about the contents of my “Large C++ Legacy Applications” talk: I’ve written about how dealing with those applications is a team game, about the […]
In the last two weeks I have already written about legacy applications, about how it has to be a team effort and how to plan the refactoring. This week’s post […]
This is part 2 of my small series about cleaning up large code bases. After we get our team together and all are determined to clean up that mess, where […]
This is the start of a small series where I write up a talk I held earlier this year at some conferences and user groups.
Recently I started to use the web server functionality of Poco. Today I’ll describe my first experiences with the library.
For my current project, some design decisions had to be made to ensure good testability and test coverage.
Sometimes we hear the notion that const means thread safety. It’s not that simple.
Last week I shared the general setup of my development environment. Today I will go a bit into Conan and how I use it.