259 episodes

The first podcast by C++ developers for C++ developers!

CppCast Rob Irving and Jason Turner

    • Technology
    • 4.8, 78 Ratings

The first podcast by C++ developers for C++ developers!

    Go with Ian Taylor

    Go with Ian Taylor

    Rob and Jason are joined by Ian Lance Taylor from Google. They first discuss an announcement from Conan and a blog post about embedding files into C++ applications using string literals. Then they talk to Ian Lance Taylor about the Go programming language.
     
    News Join the new Conan 2.0 Tribe C++ 70x faster file embeds using string literals Online meetups Links Go Go's GitHub repository Sponsors Clang Power Tools  

    • 43 min
    Visual Effects with Josh Filstrup

    Visual Effects with Josh Filstrup

    Rob and Jason are joined by Josh Filstrup from Netflix. They first discuss an update to wxWidgets and a bug fix update in GCC. Then they talk to Josh about his background in Programming Languages and how he transitioned to work in the Visual Effects industry, including his current job at the studio engineering group at Netflix.
    News wxWidgets 3.14 Release GCC 10.2 Release C++ On Sea videos coming online Links USD VFX Platform Resurrecting the SuperH architecture DCDigital - REAL Dreamcast 1080p HDMI Output CppCon 2014: Chandler Carruth "Efficiency with Algorithms, Performance with Data Structures" Sponsors PVS-Studio. Write #cppcast in the message field on the download page and get one month license PVS-Studio is now in Compiler Explorer! Free PVS-Studio for Students and Teachers  

    • 1 hr
    TensorFlow with Andrew Selle

    TensorFlow with Andrew Selle

    Rob and Jason are joined by Andrew Selle from Google. They first discuss Ranges support being added to Visual Studio, and Compiler Explorer's support for using some libraries. Then they talk to Andrew Selle from Google about Machine Learning with Tensorflow and Tensorflow Lite which he was one of the initial architects for.
    News Initial support for Ranges in MSVC Support for Libraries in Compiler Explorer Cmake 3.18 Release Links TensorFlow TensorFlow users TensorFlow on small and mobile devices Eigen library for linear algebra using expression templates C Bindings for TensorFlow AI Responsibilities Sponsors PVS-Studio. Write #cppcast in the message field on the download page and get one month license PVS-Studio is now in Compiler Explorer! Free PVS-Studio for Students and Teachers  

    • 51 min
    LLVM Hacking and CPU Instruction Sets with Bruno Cardoso Lopes

    LLVM Hacking and CPU Instruction Sets with Bruno Cardoso Lopes

    Rob and Jason are joined by Bruno Cardoso Lopes. They first discuss an update to Mesonbuild and CppCon going virtual. Then they talk about Bruno's work on Clang including clang modules and work on a pattern matching implementation.
    News Meson Release Notes 0.55 Writing an LLVM Optimization CppCon Going Virtual Links SHRINK: Reducing the ISA complexity via instruction recycling SPARC16: A New Compression Approach for the SPARC Architecture P1247R0 - Disabling static destructors Sponsors Clang Power Tools  

    • 50 min
    Hyperion Renderer with Yining Karl Li and David Adler

    Hyperion Renderer with Yining Karl Li and David Adler

    Rob and Jason are joined by Yining Karl Li and David Adler from Disney Animation Studios. They first discuss C++ conformance changes in Visual Studio 2019. Then Karl and David talk about the Hyperion Renderer and more.
    News C++20 Features and Fixes in VS 2019 16.1 through 16.6 JSExport: C++ in the browser made easy Magnum 2020.06 released Cpp On Sea: Full schedule, Nico Josuttis Keynote and Remo as a platform Links Disney's Hyperion Renderer Sorted Deferred Shading for Production Path Tracing The Design and Evolution of Disney’s Hyperion Renderer VFX Reference Platform Sponsors Clang Power Tools  

    • 52 min
    SYCL 2020 with Michael Wong

    SYCL 2020 with Michael Wong

    Rob and Jason are joined by Michael Wong from CodePlay. They first discuss GCC 11 changing its default dialect to C++17 and polymorphic allocators. Then Michael shares an announcement of a new version of SYCL that was just released. And shares information about the multiple standards groups he is a member or chair of.
    News GCC 11: Change the default dialect to C++17 Build Bench Polymorphic Allocators, std::vector Growth and Hacking Links SYCL P2000 Michael Wong "Writing Safety Critical Automotive C++ Software for High Performance AI Hardware:" CppCon 2016: Gordon Brown & Michael Wong "Towards Heterogeneous Programming in C++" Sponsors PVS-Studio. Write #cppcast in the message field on the download page and get one month license Read the article "Checking the GCC 10 Compiler with PVS-Studio"covering 10 heroically found errors despite the great number of macros in the GCC code.  

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
78 Ratings

78 Ratings

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Great podcast

It's refreshing to find a tech podcast that has quality content, and quality hosts. I subscribe to a few technical podcasts, and they are no where near the quality of this one. Great job guys! I look forward to each new podcast!

rando20567 ,

When its good its good. When the production quality is not good its unlistenable

This is a great podcast with great guests. However sometimes the production quality is so rough that its really unlistenable. I delete those but its pretty frustrating to get 15 minutes in and realize you have to stop before listening any more.

plainjim1 ,

Great hosts and always informative

This is a wonderful podcast that helps me learn about important people in the C++ and software community. It's not dry at all, and I really enjoy the kind and professional hosts who make it very special.

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