About 6 months ago, I sent the abstract of one of my submissions to CppCon to my colleague Jonathan Boccara for advice. A few messages in the discussion he asks “did you also submit for Meeting C++?” and I admitted the thought hadn’t crossed my mind. To me, speaking at one conference like CppCon was already a big step and it would be redundant to propose the same talk at two different conferences anyway.
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The law of leaky abstractions by Joel Spolsky is one of the first technical article I encountered after I got my engineering degree and it remains one of the most influential to me.
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In Simplifying build in C++ (part 1), I tried to make the case for a unified build system interface that could be used by package managers to ease-up their developments and tackle some issues inherent to the current state of affairs.
Continue reading Following-up on 'simplifying build in C++ (part 1)' and discussing API convergence
What is the first thing you do when you start a new project? Me, I install Google Test (or an equivalent) to make sure I have a decent test coverage from the start.
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As I said in my trip report, I had two talks at CppCon this year. The first one was about using CMake for Modular Design. The second one is about changes in your library will impact your clients through API & ABI and how to tell them about it through versioning:
Continue reading My CppCon 2017 talk about API & ABI versioning is online!