CppCon Wrapped Up & There Was A Lot For C++ Developers
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 15 September 2014 at 08:30 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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CppCon ended last week as the annual meeting for any and all C++ developers. CppCon is filled with many interesting talks and the conference overall received rave reviews from C++ developers. While we weren't in attendance at the event, there's interesting notes and slides coming out from those in attendance.

In particular, posted to the Qt mailing list is a nice write-up filled with interesting tid-bits from CppCon 2014. For instance, the Google C++ code-base is at 100 million lines of code, Clang was very popular there, and there's an estimated three to four million C++ developers around the globe.

C++ developers interested in learning more can find the various presentation slides uploaded to this GitHub repository.

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