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Every month we bring you news from the world of C++, in the form of a podcast and a YouTube show. Our hosts are Anastasia Kazakova (PMM for CLion and ReSharper C++ at JetBrains) and Phil Nash (Developer Advocated for C++ at SonarSource)
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Each fortnight, or thereabouts, we chat with guests from the C++ community about what they're doing, what interests them, and what's going on in the world of C++
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During his career as a music journalist, Mr. Bonzai has conducted hundreds of interviews with leading musicians, record producers, and audio engineers. Today it is an engaging audio record of historic flavor, colorful and informal -- a sonic time machine, if you will. Here are some highlights from the podcast series: Ray Manzarek, Phil Ramone, Brian Wilson, k.d. lang, Geoff Emerick, Robbie Robertson, Leonard Cohen.
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COUNTDOWN the Australian music television show broadcast by the ABC from 1974 until 1987. Countdown was the most popular music program in Australian TV history which exerted a strong sway on radio programmers. Countdown attracted local and International acts and reflected the musical cultural influences of the day. Gavin Wood was the program's voice over announcer and offers an insight to the artists who performed on the show.
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The award* winning Investors First Podcast is a service of CFA Society Orlando. Subject matter experts from our Society interview Founders, Chief Executive Officer’s, Chief Investment Strategists, Fed Presidents and more to discuss timely and relevant topics in finance. Our mission is to educate investors and investment professionals in Florida, the Americas and beyond, with a focus on making you a more informed investor and/or advisor. *The CFA Institute awarded CFA Society Orlando the 2020 ...
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Our guest today is Sion Evans, CFA, Senior Investment Manager at VenCap, one of the longest-established investment management and advisory firms active in the VC industry today. They’ve made over 500 commitments to venture capital funds in the US, Europe, China and India. In today’s episode, Sion gives a masterclass on what the data says about vent…
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Erich Keane joins Timur and Phil. Erich chats about the recent WG21 meeting in Tokyo, his roles as chair and co-chair of the Language Evolution and Language Evolution Incubator working groups, respectively, as well as heterogeneous computing and his work at NVidia. News CppCon - Call for Speakers ACCU 2024 Online Bjarne Stroustrup responds to White…
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Irwin Thomas (born Irwin Thomas Whittridge; 6 January 1971) is an American-born Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist. He performs professionally using the stage name Jack Jones from when he was the lead vocalist-guitarist in the band Southern Sons (1990–1996). His other bands collaborations include Electric Mary, She Said Yes and Ahmet Zappa.…
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Dear Enemy was an Australian indie pop band formed in Melbourne in 1980. The band released a studio album, Ransom Note, in 1984 on EMI and Capitol Records that featured its best known single, "Computer One", a No. 15 hit on the Australian Kent Music Report Singles Chart in January 1984. "Computer One" also reached #59 on the Billboard US Mainstream…
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Gail Ollis joins Phil and Matt Godbolt. Gail talks to us about why, after two decades of software development, she took a degree in psychology followed by a PhD that researched the psychology of software development - and how she now uses this to help others get started and, hopefully, avoid many of the human issues that can plague our software pro…
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On this episode of Gavin Wood’s Countdown podcast, Gavin catches up with Australian saxophonist, television personality and radio presenter – Wilbur Wilde.Perhaps best known for his work as part of the house band on “Hey Hey It’s Saturday!” Wilbur Wilde rose to prominence with the bands Ol' 55 and Jo Jo Zep & The Falcons.Wilbur has performed and re…
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Patrick Quist joins Phil and Timur. Patrick chats with us about their work on the Compiler Explorer team and how they got into it. We explore some useful features that may not be as widely known, and take a peek under the hood at how it all runs. News "C++ Package Managers: The Ultimate Roundup" - blog post by Christopher McArthur "Demystifying Lak…
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Graham William Nash OBE (born 2 February 1942) is an English-American musician, singer and songwriter. He is known for his light tenor voice and for his contributions as a member of the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash. Nash is a photography collector and a published photographer. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of …
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Rainer Grimm joins Timur and Phil. Rainer talks to us about what he has learnt from many years of teaching C++ as a professional trainer, how training has become more accessible now more people are taking it online, and his thoughts on modern C++. News The C++ Iceberg "C++20 Concepts applied - Safe bitmasks using scoped enums" - blog post by Andrea…
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Susan Kay Quatro was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1950, and grew up pursuing performing. Suzi was playing bongos on stage with her father’s jazz band by the age of eight, and by 14 she’s changed her name to Suzi soul and had left school to become a Go-Go dancer. By the age of 15, Suzi was fronting the band the Pleasure Seekers, with her sisters. T…
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Our returning guest today is Vikram Mansharamani, a global trend-watcher who shows people how to anticipate the future, manage risk and spot opportunities. In today’s episode, Vikram updates us on what’s been a busy three years since he first came on the podcast. We discuss his senatorial campaign in New Hampshire, his unfortunate split at Harvard,…
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Daveed Vandevoorde joins Phil and Timur. Daveed talks a bit about his work at EDG, but mostly his efforts to get Reflection into C++26, along with his co-authors, and how that fits into the big picture. News Meeting C++ 2023 videos (including all keynotes) "A 2024 Discussion Whether To Convert The Linux Kernel From C To Modern C++" How do you corre…
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On this episode, Gavin catches up with Australian media personality and radio broadcaster – Philip Brady OAM. Philip Brady OAM is one of the country’s most experienced and familiar radio broadcasters, with a career spanning more than 6 decades. From Kennedy to Vizard, Newton to Hogan, Philip has collaborated with Australia’s most iconic personaliti…
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Ville Voutilainen joins Timur and guest co-host, Guy Davidson. Ville talks about his work at The Qt Company and on the C++ standard committee, and about how modern C++ features such as Modules and Sender/Receiver can integrate with the Qt framework. News Matt Godbolt on Computerphile PVS-Studio C++ quiz Boston C++ meetup C++ Now Links P2300R7 - std…
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Today we host Howard Marks of Oaktree Capital Management. For most of us in the investment community, Howard needs no introduction. He is somebody we have looked forward to hosting for quite some time and I couldn’t think of anybody better to kick off year five of the Investors First Podcast. We could go on and on about his track record, whether it…
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Phil and Timur are joined by ... Timur and Phil for a Holiday Special. We look back on the last year, discuss the news, and talk about what we're working on. News "The Case for Memory Safe Roadmaps" - CISA Experimental EDG Reflection Support Boost 1.84.0 released Cling 1.0 released "About time - how to unit test code that depends on time" - Björn F…
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Matthias Kretz joins Phil and Timur. Matthias talks about SIMD, including what it is, how it works, and what its useful for. We also discuss his proposal to introduce SIMD vocabulary types and functionality into the C++ standard and how it relates to what was in the Parallelism TS. News MISRA C++ 2023 published Sonar webinar on MISRA C++ 2023 with …
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Our guest today is Adam Nash, the co-founder & CEO of Daffy.org, a modern platform and community for charitable giving that allows you to sign up for your donor-advised fund. Adam has served as an executive, angel investor, and advisor to some of the most successful technology companies to come out of Silicon Valley, including Dropbox, LinkedIn, eB…
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Martin Hořeňovský joins Timur and Phil. Martin returns to talk about v3 of Catch2 and how it is different to v2. We also revisit the topic of random numbers and how Martin is still working on portable distributions and why that is important to testing and other domains. News P2662R3 - "Pack Indexing" P1673R13 - "A free function linear algebra inter…
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On this episode of Gavin Wood’s Countdown podcast, Gavin catches up with American singer, songwriter and composer - Jimmy Webb. Jimmy Webb achieved success from a young age, aged just 21 when he won his first Grammy Award, winning Song of the Year in 1967, for the song, “Up, Up, and Away”. As well as “Up, Up, and Away”, Jimmy has written numerous p…
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Today we host Professor Aswath Damodaran, where we speak about how Aswath gained his love for teaching and how it led to him becoming an expert in valuation. The episode quickly veered into a sharp critique of the shortcomings of ESG investing. We also discuss market efficiency as it relates to active vs. passive investing, his story approach to in…
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Tommy Emmanuel was a workingprofessional age of 6, playing rhythm guitar in his family’s band as theytoured Australia. He has never had a formal guitarlesson, in fact, he doesn’t read music or know music theory. However, he’sconsidered one of the modern masters of the guitar, with Chet Atkins namingTommy as a Certified Guitar Player, an honour best…
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Philip Kenneth Collen (born 8 December 1957) is an English musician who is best known as the co-lead guitarist for the rock band Def Leppard, joining the band in 1982 during the recording of the Pyromania album. Prior to joining Def Leppard, Collen hadperformed with a number of bands in the burgeoning British glam metal scene.Outside of Def Leppard…
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Mateusz Pusz joins Phil and new guest co-host, Anastasia Kazakova. Mateusz talks to us about his physical units (and quantities) library, mp-units, why v2 is a complete redesign compared to the previous version, and how incorporating a system of quantities is so central to this new design. News clang 17 released Conference videos released in Octobe…
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Born Christopher John Cheney in 1975, Chris graduated with a VCE from Wheelers Hill Secondary College. Chris played guitar since age 6 and studied jazz at Box Hill Tafe in 1994-95. However, it was at a barbecue Chris' was introduced by his sister to Scott Owen. In 1992 they formed a cover band called 'The Runaway Boys' taken from a Stray Cats song …
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Today we host Phil Hayes, The ESOP Guy, where we speak about how Phil went from banker to Managing Partner of a large regional accounting firm (as a non-CPA) to now becoming an expert in ESOP’s. In today’s episode, we speak about exit strategies in general, where ESOP’s fit, the mechanics of ESOP transactions and the tax advantages of this structur…
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Peter first came to prominence with Stylus in 1975, releasing four albums with hits such as ‘Summer Breeze’ and ‘World of Make Believe’ before the band split in 1980. A successful solo career followed throughout the 80’s, with a top 20 hit for his first release, ‘Fear of Thunder’, and success with the song ‘Blame it on the Weather’ – not only for P…
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Frances Buontempo joins Phil and returning guest co-host, Matt Godbolt. Frances talks to us about her new book on modern C++ as well as her the topic of her previous book on machine learning. We discuss the differences between LLM-based AI and more statistical approaches, as well as where random numbers fit into all this and the limitations of thei…
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Melbourne-born sisters, Vika and Linda Bull, grew up singing at church, and were taught how to harmonize by their Tongan mother. The talented siblings first made their mark as members of Joe Camilleri’s The Black Sorrows in the late 1980s, also providing backing vocals for other artists including Hunters and Collectors, Archie Roach, John Farnham, …
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Our guest today is Peter Atwater, President of Financial Insyghts and an adjunct professor at William & Mary and the University of Delaware. He studies the impact of changing confidence on consumer decision-making, using his research to advise investors, business leaders, and policymakers. In 2023, he released the book, The Confidence Map: Charting…
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Abbas Sabra joins Phil and Timur. Abbas talks to us about static analysis, the challenges - and benefits - of analysing C++ code, and a new feature from Sonar that can scan public repos with zero config. News Boost 1.83.0 released fmt 10.1 released The downsides of C++ Coroutines Links "All the defaults are backwards" - Phil's Lightning Talk "No, C…
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Our guest today is Orlando’s own fantasy football expert, KC Joyner. KC used to work for ESPN and now runs his own website called The Football Scientist. We’ve had lots of amazing podcast guests since we started in March 2020, but since last year’s episode with KC was the second most downloaded episode of any episode we’ve had, we had to invite him…
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Mark Gillard joins Timur and guest co-host Jason Turner. Mark talks to us about reflection, SIMD, and his library soagen, a structure-of-arrays generator for C++. News What is Low Latency C++? C++Now 2023, part 1 What is Low Latency C++? C++Now 2023, part 2 Inside STL: The vector Inside STL: The string Experimenting with Modules in Flux pycmake cpp…
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Tania Doko become a pop sensation in 1998 as one half of Melbourne duo ‘Bachelor Girl’.Their 1998 debut single, "Buses and Trains", was a top-10 hit in Australia and New Zealand; it peaked in the top 30 in Sweden and charted in the UK. The follow-up single, "Treat Me Good", reached the top 40 in Australia and New Zealand and their debut studio albu…
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Dmitry Kozhevnikov joins Timur and guest co-host Matt Godbolt. Dmitry talks to us about how the CLion IDE works under the hood. News mold 2.0.0 released CLion 2023.2 released Should we stop writing functions? Links C++ Lambda Idioms: technique to separate user-specified and deduced template parameters The Kotlin Foundation JetBrains Runtime CLion d…
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Lee (Vassilis) Simon was born in 1954 in Melbourne to Greekimmigrant parents. At age five, he changed his first name to Lee, as "itwas easier to use." He worked as an audio engineer from 1971 at localradio station, 3AW. His first job as a DJ was for radio 2BE in Bega, New SouthWales followed by stints at 7HT (Hobart), 2NX (Newcastle) and 2SM (Sydne…
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Our guest today is Cameron Dawson, Chief Investment Officer of NewEdge Wealth. Cameron is a Florida native, Rollins college graduate and former board member of the CFA Society of Orlando. In today’s episode, Cameron talks about her overall view of the markets. She touches on value, emerging markets, alternatives, and why she’s keeping a close eye o…
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Bjarne Stroustrup joins Phil and Timur. Bjarne talks to us about safety in C++ through profiles, as well as modules and concepts - and looks ahead to what else is coming next. News C++ Now 2023 videos ACCU 2023 videos JetBrains Developer Ecosystem Survey 2023 Upcoming Boost 1.83 release Links P2739R0 - 'A call to action: Think seriously about “safe…
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Mike Brady was born in England and moved withhis family to Australia when he was 11 years old. His recording career began inthe mid 60’s with the formation of MPD Ltd (Mike, Pete & Danny). After MPD Ltd, Mike spent the majority of histime building his career as producer and writer of jingles for Television andRadio. One such jingle brought Mike bac…
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Our guests today are David Lau and Wade Pfau. These two individuals have been collaborating for quite some time to solve retirement income puzzles for investors. David has been doing it with DPL, bridging the gap between low cost insurance and Fee Only wealth management firms. On the other hand, Wade has been approaching retirement solutions from t…
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Tristan Brindle joins Timur and Phil. Tristan talks to us about a safer alternative to iterators and his library, Flux, that implements it. News 60 terrible tips for a C++ developer Big, combined, committee trip report from Varna CLion 2023.2 EAP4: AI Assistant "Making C++ Memory-Safe Without Borrow Checking, Reference Counting, or Tracing Garbage …
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Bill Armstrong - Legendary Music Producer was born in 1929. The Melbourne audio technician-turned-producer has been atthe forefront of the local music industry for more than 60 years. In the mid-50s, Armstrong was working as a "balanceofficer" at ABC Radio, producing live-to-air programs, outside broadcastsand variety shows and working with the lik…
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Bill Armstrong - Legendary Music Producer was born in 1929. The Melbourne audio technician-turned-producer has been atthe forefront of the local music industry for more than 60 years. In the mid-50s, Armstrong was working as a "balanceofficer" at ABC Radio, producing live-to-air programs, outside broadcastsand variety shows and working with the lik…
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Joshua Berne joins Phil and Timur. Joshua talks to us about the previous week's ISO C++ meeting in Varna, Bulgaria, then focuses on the current state of the contracts proposal that he has been central to, as well as a bit of its history. News ISO C++ trip report's from Varna: Herb Sutter's trip report Jonathan Müller's trip report GCC 14 NRVO enhan…
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John St Peeters was born in Melbourne, in 1956, toItalian-born parents, Pasqualino Lo Piccolo – a greengrocer – and Giovanna (néeBasile). He grew up in Richmond with a younger sister, Josephine"Jo". Early in his career heperformed as Johnny Lo Piccolo. From the age of 11 he played piano accordion onTV talent quests, such as Brian and the Juniors, N…
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Daniel Ruoso joins Phil and Timur. After covering a couple of blog posts and a new UI library, we welcome Daniel back to talk with us about modules, package and build systems and SG15, the tooling study group. We also revisit the Ecosystem International Standard. News Modern C++ In-Depth — Is string_view Worth It? How to check if a pointer is in a …
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In today’s episode, we host Wes Gray, CEO of Alpha Architect. Founded in 2010, Alpha Architect is a research focused quant firm that put themselves on the map offering value and momentum factor exposures, but it doesn’t stop there. Wes and his group have evolved to offer advanced tax strategies in the form of ETF’s, separately managed accounts (SMA…
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Antony Peacock joins Timur and Phil. After rounding up the news, we chat with Antony about what it's like to work in finance as a C++ developer, the similarities and differences to games dev and how you can break in to a role in finance. We also discuss what it's like to work in tech as someone with dyslexia. News Visual Studio 17.6 released Valgri…
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Luis Campos joins Phil and Timur. After some compiler and language news, we chat with Luis about the recent Conan 2.0 release, the state of package management in C++, today and what's happening in the world of C++ standards that may impact it in the future. News GCC 13 released CppFront "spring update" Mojo - a new language with Python-like syntax …
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For over 40 years Shane Howard has established himself as one of Australia's most influential writers and singers and created a uniquely Australian voice. From the red heart, where he penned his enduring song ‘Solid Rock, Sacred Ground’, to the wilds of Tasmania that gave birth to ‘Let the Franklin Flow’, Howard's songs have created a new m…
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