LearnCPlusPlus.org is a C++ tutorial and learning platform for Windows developers using C++ to build Windows applications. It focuses on tools that allow rapid development and programming of both Win32 and Win64 applications. Additionally, it supports deploying apps to iOS.
Patricia is a programmer who has worked mostly in C++ and Java. She had experience working on large scale browsers and embedded systems. She is also one of the organizers of the #include<c++> community and helps to improve the inclusion and diversity of the C++ community.
"C++ Tips of the Week" is a curated list of C++ tips by Google. Not only does the blog discuss the finer points of the language, but in true “tip” fashion, it also offers advice or design preferences.
Fluent C++ by Jonathan Boccara is a weekly blog that covers various C++ tips. The blog is focused on expressive code. What makes this blog unique is that the author posts consistently every week and often has guest bloggers.
Rainer Grimm is a C++ trainer and consultant who writes on C++ subjects. His blog focuses on concurrency in C++ and features in new C++ standards. Recent posts cover topics like atomic references, bit manipulation, and feature testing.
Denis Bakhvalov is a C++ compiler developer at Intel. He writes about performance analysis and tuning, C/C++ compilers, and CPU architecture. He also recently wrote a free book about Performance Analysis and Tuning on Modern CPUs.
Arthur O’Dwyer is a C++ expert and blogs often about it. Some of the recent articles talk about working with classes, different compilers, arrays and pointers, and other language-specific topics. Arthur is also a regular speaker at CppCon and C++Now.
foonathan::blog() writes about C++ library design. Recent articles cover topics like using default template arguments in C++, metaprogramming, and using immediately-invoked function expressions.
Herb Sutter is an author and the chair of the ISO C++ standards committee. His blog focuses on the development inside the ISO C++ committee and various C++ conferences.
Corentin is a C++ standardization committee member and he writes about C++ language and library designs. Recent articles talk about the standard library, problems with C, and new and upcoming versions of the C++ programming language.
Lesley Lai writes mainly about C++ and occasionally other programming languages like Elm, OCaml, and Rust. He also writes about Graphics programming and Programming Language.
Eric Niebler is a C++ Standardization Committee member and the original author behind the C++20 standard ranges. His specialty is C++ library and application development, with special emphasis on modern C++ techniques and the functional programming style.
Barry Revzin is a C++ standardization committee member. He writes about C++ language and library design. He writes about topics like using lambdas and why certain language features are accepted or rejected.
JeanHeyd Meneide is the Project Editor for the C programming language. He specializes in ergonomic library design, performance tuning, foreign function/language interfaces, and a little bit of graphics programming. He writes about C and C++.
Kate Gregory is a C++ expert, trainer, and a regular speaker in C++ conferences. She is enthusiastic about simplicity, const correctness, and the beauty of algorithms. Her Pluralsight courses are some of the best resources to learn C++.
Shafik's blog covers a variety of C++ topics from dark corners to general interest. Mainly a place to explore topics that the author covers in his weekly C++ quizzes in more depth and detail.
artificial::mind writes about C++ and performance optimization. Its frequent posting on practical C++ meta-programming tricks is what makes it worthwhile to read.
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