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Best Jon Kalb podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Jon Kalb podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Please note that the main website has now moved to: https://cpp.chat Each week, or thereabouts, we chat with guests from the C++ community about what they're doing, what interests them, and what's going on in the world of C++. Your hosts: Jon Kalb (http://slashslash.info) is an independent C++ trainer and runs CppCon (https://cppcon.org) and C++ Now (http://cppnow.org). Phil Nash (https://levelofindirection.com) is Developer Advocate for C++ tools at JetBrains (http://jetbrains.com/cpp) and ...
 
Hollywood Handbook is an insider's guide to achieving your showbiz dreams from two A-List it-boys who are living theirs. Hayes and Sean provide an exclusive VIP backstage pass into Tinseltown politics, answer questions from unsuccessful listeners, and bring in famous guests to discuss their craft and how they became what they are (famous).
 
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This week we chat with a vector-of-bool (a.k.a. Colby Pike). We talk about pseudonyms, modules, build systems and his standard layout proposal, Pitchfork. At the last minute we branch into TDD and what makes good design. But what prompts Michael Caisse, in the chat, to respond, "because we are not monsters", and why does that cat say "test first"? …
 
This week we chat with a Yuri Minaev, of PVS Studio, about static analysis - and why you shouldn't be skipping on this essential part of software development. Why is using a static analysis tool better than peer review (the clue is in the title)? Should you do both? What is the most common bug? And what does happen if you write to address zero? We …
 
This week we chat with a panel of C++ trainers from around the world (but mostly from Germany, for some reason) - Nicolai Josuttis, Jason Turner, Rainer Grimm, Klaus Iglberger and Mateusz Pusz. We talk about how bringing in a good trainer will keep your costs down, whether online training works or not, and why C++ is different to most other languag…
 
This week we chat with Bryce Adelstein Lelbach about how the ISO C++ WG21 committee is evolving - and his roles within it (and beyond) are evolving, too. We also look at the cross-over and interaction with the C standard, and even other languages. Is C really the Latin of programming languages? What is the relationship between the languages and the…
 
This week we chat with five members of the SG16 Unicode Study Group, Zach Laine, Tom Honermann, Steve Downey, Peter Brett and Corentin Jabot. We talk about their efforts to get all things Unicode into the C++ standard in a tour that takes us from 5000 years ago, through the 80s and 90s up to the 2020s! We look at every known language, including a f…
 
The Boys are releasing one Pro Version episode from behind the paywall every Friday in Try Month. In this episode, The Boys help you make the perfect Super Bowl party snacks. To hear all episodes of The Pro Version and Hollywood Handbook: The Ads Version, go to stitcherpremium.com and sign up with the code ‘HANDBOOK’ to get your first month free.…
 
The Boys are releasing one Pro Version episode from behind the paywall every Friday in Try Month. In this episode, Sean and Hayes have a little fun answering some listener questions with AYO EDEBIRI. To hear all episodes of The Pro Version and Hollywood Handbook: The Ads Version, go to stitcherpremium.com and sign up with the code ‘HANDBOOK’ to get…
 
The Boys are releasing one Pro Version episode from behind the paywall every Friday in Try Month. In this episode, Sean and Hayes have a little fun talking about Mr. Kevin's big trip and do a Teaser Freezer for 21 Bridges. To hear all episodes of The Pro Version and Hollywood Handbook: The Ads Version, go to stitcherpremium.com and sign up with the…
 
The Boys are releasing one Pro Version episode from behind the paywall every Friday in Try Month. In this episode, Sean and Hayes help BEN RODGERS (the actor who portrays Bang Rodgman) write Hollywood Handbook: The Movie. To hear all episodes of The Pro Version, go to stitcherpremium.com and sign up with the code ‘HANDBOOK’ to get your first month …
 
This week we chat with James Berrow about colo(u)r, and how we're doing it all wrong (and not just the spelling). We look at why colour management is complicated, how RGB doesn't exist, and how everybody (well, almost everybody) get's it all wrong. We also look at the graphics proposal, and James' critique of it, as well as how he is working with t…
 
This week we chat with Ansel Sermersheim and Barbara Geller about Copperspice, Doxypress, csLibGuarded and kitchen utensils. We find out that Barbara and Ansel are not just library people but are actually programmers - and programmers that know how to build abstractions. We chat about why they started CopperSpice, how it got it's name, and what els…
 
This week we chat with Greg Law about debugging and going back in time! How do things change when we can wait for something to go wrong, then go back to any point in time and examine the program state, like The Matrix's "Bullet Time"? How is this even possible, and what challenges need to be overcome? We also answer that age old question: what's th…
 
This week we chat with Vittorio Romeo about the pros and cons of backwards compatibility in C++, and his proposal to get the best of both worlds: Epochs. As well as language compatibility, we also discuss ABI compatibility - why breaking these things is such a problem, but how not breaking them is increasingly becoming a problem. We also, finally, …
 
This week we chat with Clare Macrae about Approval Testing, testing in general, the challenges (and some solutions to) testing legacy code - as well as highly visual environments like Qt GUIs or image processing apps. Working with an existing codebase that doesn't have tests can be scary and time consuming. But getting it under test is challenging,…
 
This week, in a cpp.chat exclusive, we chat with Sean Baxter about Circle - the C++ compiler that he wrote. That’s a C++ compiler. That he wrote. Oh, and it does meta-programming in a way that we’re only dreaming of part of for C++23 or 26! So what can it do, and what is it useful for? Why is Jon struggling to wrap his head around what Sean has ach…
 
In our second live CppCon episode we chat with Sean Parent about relationships, working with Alexander Stepanov, over-object-orientizing things and, yes, even rotate. Sean tells us stories from his years at Adobe, including how he first came to work with Stepanov (the father of the STL) - a well as some spectacularly bad responses to interview prob…
 
The first of our two, live, CppCon episodes - this time we sit with Andrei Alexandrescu and Herb Sutter to introspect about introspection and take exception to exceptions. We also talk about the "Engage, Entertain, Educate: Technical Speaking that Works" class that Andrei was involved with, again, at this year's CppCon. But Andrei describes himself…
 
This week we chat with Patricia Aas about secure coding practices, using computers to count votes in elections and the two hardest problems in software development. Patricia and Phil have both been at NDC TechTown all week where Patricia gave a keynote, a two-day class, a talk and hosted a meet-up - but still found time to chat with us. We discuss …
 
This week we're joined by Victor Zverovich as we chat about his string formatting library - which has just been adopted into C++20 - as well as the possibility of a corresponding input library, various smaller C++17 features, and whether it's possible to travel continuously from C++ event to C++ event. We also announce the dates for C++ on Sea 2020…
 
This week we chat with Guy Davidson about linear algebra coming to C++, other mathsy stuff, audio, games dev and C++ training evenings. We barely even mention 2D graphics once! Did you know that Guy has written four linear algebra libraries in C++ since 1990? He’s in a good position to be involved with the standardisation effort. But how do you bri…
 
This week we chat with Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente (a.k.a. JuanPe) about immutable data structures, value types and more - and definitely not functional programming! How can data types be valuable if you can't change them? How can copying huge amounts of data be cheap? How can we go beyond Object-Oriented Programming - and get concurrency almost for …
 
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