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Detecting change to an object in C++

published at 26.11.2021 17:20 by Jens Weller
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This week I wrote down some example code to play a bit around with how one can detect change in an object in C++ during runtime.

Tripreport: virtual CppCon 2021

published at 31.10.2021 12:54 by Jens Weller
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I attended this weeks virtual CppCon partially, as I'm also very busy with my upcoming conferences: Meeting Embedded & Meeting C++ 2021. Still I had a lot of fun. Thanks to Jon Kalb, the volunteers, speakers and all the attendees who made CppCon 2021 possible!

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Meeting C++ in 2022

published at 20.01.2022 15:52 by Jens Weller
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Giving you a short overview on what Meeting C++ plans for 2022!

First Videos of Meeting C++ 2021 are released

published at 08.12.2021 11:48 by Jens Weller
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The last days have seen the first release of videos from Meeting C++ 2021 to YouTube.

C++ User Group meetings in December 2021

published at 01.12.2021 17:41 by Jens Weller
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The monthly update on upcoming C++ User Group meetings.

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Meeting C++ Blogroll 313

published at 21.01.2022 10:16 by Jens Weller
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[UK] Lead Research Engineer, AI

published at 18.01.2022 11:46
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Location: London

[UK] C++ Software Engineer (Graphics-based product)

published at 18.01.2022 11:45
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Location: United Kingdom

[UK] Senior Software Engineer, C++ (OpenGL, Rendering, Vulkan)

published at 13.01.2022 12:25
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Location: United Kingdom

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