Creating door signs with Qt for Meeting C++ 2022

published at 19.01.2023 17:44 by Jens Weller
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How Meeting C++ 2022 got a major new, but also simple feature: digital door signs.

If your pool runs dry, maybe fix your pipeline?

published at 03.11.2022 23:42 by Jens Weller
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So I spoke about Hiring in C++ with Meeting C++ this week, and I've come about this article claiming that the pool of talented C++ devs is running dry.

Increasing Security: Fuzz Testing C++

published at 30.10.2022 17:39 by A sponsored guest post by Jochen Hilgers
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Today, I’d like to share an automated testing approach that can protect your C++ applications from memory corruptions and other security vulnerabilities.

*_for_overwrite: a less known C++20 feature

published at 23.10.2022 20:53 by Jens Weller
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When I looked up make_unique for this weeks Meeting C++ blogroll highlight, I found a surprise.

Meeting C++ 2022 - what to expect

published at 13.10.2022 20:10 by Jens Weller
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This years Meeting C++ conference is coming closer and closer. Soon it will be less then a month.

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