Monthly Archives: July 2015

Do you think we need a C++ compiler that forces the use of only a subset of the C++ standards?

C++ was stagnated for many years, and many developers was confident that the language will have the same destiny as Cobol, Fortran and VB6. No new projects will be developed with it and C++ developers will do just the maintenance … Continue reading

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CoderGears launch the “Well-Developed Project” program for C/C++ open source projects.

After few years of the analysis of many open source projects developed with C/C++, we can confirm that many of them are well designed and implemented despite the fact that the open source contributors do not have resources like companies. Most of them … Continue reading

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Need Moderators for the “C/C++ coding Best practices repository”

Quality is not something that can be easily added later. It’s preferable to take care of it from the beginning. However there are many style guides around the web talking about the coding best practices. Some guidelines are very interesting, some … Continue reading

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