Catch has gained popularity over the last six years as a modern, C++-native, test framework. Simple to use, easy to get started with, yet still powerful.
Until recently, though, it has been constrained by pre-C++11 compatibility.
Catch2 rebases on C++11 and takes advantage of this to simplify further, as well as offer new capabilities.
This talk takes a look at what's new in Catch and Catch2 and how to effectively test-drive modern C++ codebases.
Familiarity with the original Catch is not assumed, but we'll concentrate more on what's new and things that were not covered before, as videos of my previous Catch talks are available online (see http://levelofindirection.com/appearances).