“I haven’t seen this much attention and investment in C++ since last century – C++ conferences at record numbers, C++ compiler investments by the biggest companies in the industry (e.g., Clang), and [much more]…” – Herb Sutter. It has been said that C++ is experiencing something of a renaissance.
Although maybe still a year or two away, it looks like there may be some progress with Scott Meyers’ update to what has historically been the standard second book of C++, Effective C++. Meyers has a talk planned for the ‘C++ and Beyond’ conference later this year teasingly entitled ‘Initial Thoughts on Effective C++11’. He […]