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


auto this_episode = episode<67> {
.title = "Copperspice Is Your Middle Name?", /*

This week we chat with Ansel Sermersheim and Barbara Geller about Copperspice, Doxypress, csLibGuarded and kitchen utensils.

We find out that Barbara and Ansel are not just library people but are actually programmers -

and programmers that know how to build abstractions.

We chat about why they started CopperSpice, how it got it's name, and what else they've been working on.

*/
.links = { "CopperSpice", /* The main site */ "Doxypress", "csLibGuarded", "CopperSpice YouTube channel", "CopperSpice subscriptions", /* If you want to pay for priority support */ "CLion with Docker", /* Phil's recent video and blog */ "Meeting C++ survey", "C++ on Sea workshop speakers", "Core C++ Call for Speakers", /* Open until 15th February! */ "CPPP Call for Speakers", /* Open until 29th February! */ "Sean Baxter on CppCast", /* Talking about Circle */ "Phil, Adi and Fred on CppCast", /* Talking about first time conference organising */ "Sean Baxter on cpp.chat" /* The original :-D */ },
.tags = { "Copperspice", "Doxypress", "Barbara Geller", "Ansel Sermersheim" } };


Recorded: 28 January 2020
Released: 5 February 2020
1 hr 4 mins 2 secs



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