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Notebook C++ - Tips and Tricks with Templates is available as paperpack

One of my long-term book projects, Notebook C++ - Tips and Tricks with Templates, is now available as a paperback version on Amazon. [...]
Personal

My setup for a live virtual class or talk

Since last year the number of virtual classes and conferences has increased by a lot. As I wrote last year in my post Live virtual training, I'm happy to have the option of giving [...]
Training

Upcoming Events 2021

The year has just started, and you might plan your C++ education. Here is where you can meet or work with me in the first half of 2021. [...]
C++20

C++20: Aggregate, POD, trivial type, standard layout class, what is what

In this post, I like to give you some details about the new definition in C++20 of a: [...]
C++ Insights

C++ Insights code coverage on Windows

In my last post, I wrote about the switch from Travis CI to GitHub Actions (C++ Insights: From Travis CI to GitHub Actions. In the what's next section, I dreamed a little about [...]
C++ Insights

C++ Insights: From Travis CI to GitHub Actions

A while ago Travis CI informed me (and others) that travis-ci.org will be shutting down and all projects have to move to travis-ci.com (or something like this). A call to action. [...]
C++

Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 3: Generic lambdas

In this post, we are continuing to explore lambdas and comparing them to function objects. In the previous posts, Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 1: The static invoker, we [...]
Publications

iX Article: always false

An article I wrote for the German iX magazine "always false" is available in issue 2020/12. It is available as a printed edition as well as online. This is part of a series. [...]
C++

Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 2: Captures, captures, captures

In this post, we are continuing to explore lambdas and comparing them to function objects. In the previous post, Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 1: The static invoker, we [...]
C++

Under the covers of C++ lambdas - Part 1: The static invoker

This post is the start of a three-part series about lambdas. The focus is on how they are modeled internally. We will compare lambdas with function objects to see whether we as [...]