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

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This week we get back on track and chat with Christopher Di Bella from Google about working on the Chrome OS toolchain - including his newly finished concepts implementation.

We talk a bit about the practicalities of bringing C++ 20 features to compilers, interoperating GCC and Clang and how to deal, portably, with std libraries that can’t be implemented without compiler support.

.links = { "Concepts support in libc++", /* tweet, from Chris */ "#include c++", /* a global, inclusive, and diverse community for developers interested in C++ */ "No Diagnostic Required", /* Phil's new(ish) podcast (with Anastasia Kazakova) */ "Algorithms + Data Structures = Programs", /* Conor Hoekstra and Bryce Adelstein Lelbach's new(ish) podcast */ "C++ Now", /* Registrations open, at time of release */ "C++ on Sea" /* Call for Speakers, and early-bird registrations open, at time of release */ },
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Recorded: 12 April 2021
Released: 15 April 2021
1 hr 4 mins 10 secs

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