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published at 07.04.2023 11:40 by Jens Weller
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Blogroll No. 374 - 7. April
- CLion - CLion 2023.1.1 Bug-Fix Update: Critical Fixes for Rename, LLDB on Ubuntu, and QML!
- Conan Releases - 2.0.3 (03-Apr-2023)
- dealloc - sNaNs and qNaNs
- Godot Engine - GDC 2023: Retrospective
- Godot Engine - Maintenance release: Godot 4.0.2
- Herb Sutter - Interview on CppCast
- Lemire's blog - Are your memory-bound benchmarking timings normally distributed?
- Marius Bancila - Using Microsoft Edge in a native Windows desktop app – part 6
- Meeting C++ - Could a polymorphic memory resource (PMR) improve last weeks results?
- Meeting C++ Jobs - Software Engineer - SDK team at Zivid AS, Oslo
- Meeting C++ News - Announcing the next Meeting C++ online book & fair
- Meeting C++ News - Upcoming C++ User Group meetings in April 2023
- Meeting C++ News - Announcing a content partnership with Manning!
- Meson - 1.1.0rc2
- Modernes C++ - Lack of Training Culture: Why the Cultureless Don't Stand a Chance
- Modernes C++ - Pipes-and-Filters
- Qt Blog - Qt for MCUs 2.4 released
- Qt Blog - How to add QtActivity to an Android Studio Project
- Qt Blog - Qt 6.5 LTS released!
- Rainer Grimm - Patterns in der Softwarearchitektur: Das Pipes-and-Filters-Muster
- Resharper C++ Blog - ReSharper C++ 2023.1: Call Tracking, Macro Expansion Preview, and Support for C++23 Features
- Sandor Dargo's Blog - Binary sizes and passing functions to functions
- The Coding Nest - Stop talking about Amdahl's law
- The Old New Thing - An ignored exception can be misinterpreted as a hang, particularly in coroutines
- The Old New Thing - C++17 creates a practical use of the backward array index operator
- The Old New Thing - What is this [uuid(…)] in front of my C++ class declaration?
Jason Turner YT - C++ Weekly - Ep 370 - Do Constructors Exist?
TheChernoProject - Global Variables in C++... not as easy as it seems
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