Strong opinions, (bi-)weekly held - with great guests from the C++ community

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This week we chat with Ivan Čukić about Functional Programming, despite him not wanting to be known as "The Functional Programming Guy", TMP and OO, and how he was taught C++ in high school.

How does Ivan balance writing books (in fact will he write another book?) and speaking at conferences internationally, while teaching full time at university?

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Released: 18 May 2019
58 mins 36 secs

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