Use your programming language

In today's post, you will learn about what that language part of programming language means. [...]

5 Things you and your C++ team can Do Differently

In the past months, I received requests from clients like: [...]

CppCon C++20’s Coroutines for Beginners - Video is available

The video of my first talk from CppCon 2022 is available on Youtube: [...]

C++17's CTAD a sometimes underrated feature

In today's post, I like to look at C++17's Class Template Argument Deduction (CTAD) feature and see how it changes our code. [...]

Use namespaces

Today's post is motivated by some past discussion that came up during standardization. The renaming of two views back to their originally proposed names P2501R0. One was a rename [...]

C++23 - std::expected, the superior way of returning a value or an error

In today's post, I like to jump in time and fast forward to what is coming with C++23, a new data type in the STL std::expected (P0323). The idea behind this data type isn't new. [...]

The power of ref-qualifiers

In today's post, I discuss an often unknown feature, C++11's ref-qualifiers. [...]

Destructors and noexcept

Since we have noexcept in the language, destructors are implicitly noexcept. One interesting part here is that this statement is true for user-defined destructors as well as for [...]

Down with pointers

Some years ago, there was an Aprils fool post from various other C++ bloggers that C++ has deprecated pointers (for example, Fluent C++ - C++ Will No Longer Have Pointers. Well, [...]

How to achieve the rule of zero - an example

In today's post, I want to talk about the rule of zero and give an example of how to achieve it. [...]