In another guest post, Matt Bentley provides us with new insights into container performance, analyzing the implications on iteration costs of his implementation of the “bucket array” concept.
From February 3rd through February 6th I have been in Folkestone, UK, to visit the first C++ On Sea conference.
Two weeks ago, I attended the ACCU Conference in Bristol again, and again it was a blast. ACCUConf is by far the most interesting and enjoyable conference I have attended […]
I have had a lot of questions and discussions lately about the necessity for a code of conduct at conferences. I boycott any conference that does not have one or […]
A few days ago, I attended the Meeting C++ conference in Berlin, the third year in a row. As usual, I had a lot of fun and interesting conversations with […]
I find myself currently unable to keep up with the pace I practiced for the last two years. Work, side projects, and other stuff just got in the way. Therefore, I will reduce the frequency of blog posts for the time being, but hopefully not for too long.
The good news is: This means there is more space for guest posts. So if you’d like to help out and fill the gaps, don’t hesitate do contact me!
Today’s post will be a meta post about the blog, its past and its future.
A programmer who has not mentally resigned already, is constantly learning. This includes taking lessons, listening to talks, reading books and of course blogs and other resources on the web. However, don’t take everything you read or hear at face value.
It’s been almost six months now that I started this blog, and the resonance is better than I would have dreamed back then.
Last week’s blog post was a raving success, at least compared to my previous posts. In three days, that single post got about half as much visits as all of my […]