As a self taught C++ programmer, I have been working on my own C++11 metaprogramming library, Turbo, for the last two years. Turbo aims to provide high level features for the functional metalanguage that C++ templates can be. Instead of thinking in C++, think in a <quoted> version of Haskell.
I usually manage C++ courses at my university in Madrid, trying to encourage people to learn and get modern C++ practices, improving their C++ skills since these are usually very poor (Or almost inexistent in this Java dominated world).
Working in biicode’s hive since September 2014, I assist bii devs with my C++ knowledge while keep pushing high quality TMP content to our blog in the form of very successful posts about metaprogramming with modern c++ techniques and my work on Turbo. Such posts are usually raised to Y-combinator front page, widely voted on cpp subreddit, and featured on ISO C++ blog once in a while.
People like this content, and I will continue pushing to make c++ metaprogramming available for everybody in a simple and understandable way.
Here's my portfolio/blog: http://manu343726.github.io