C++ Annotated: January 2021
Hi all, Welcome to the January edition of C++ Annotated and its companion, the No Diagnostic Required YouTube show! You can read us, listen to us, or watch us! Here’s how: Read the digest published monthly on this blog (use the form on the right to subscribe to the blog). Subscribe to C++ Annotated emails by filling out this form. Watch the No Diagnostic Required show on YouTube. To stay tun
C++ Annotated: December 2020. Now Also Available as a Podcast!
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C++ Annotated: November 2020. We’re Launching a YouTube Show!
Hi, Welcome to the newest edition of C++ Annotated. We have some exciting news for you – from now on we’ll be publishing monthly! Plus, in addition to the regular digest, we’re launching a YouTube show called No Diagnostic Required, hosted by Phil Nash, JetBrains Developer Advocate, and myself, Anastasia Kazakova, JetBrains C++ Tools PMM. And we’re going to do a podcast too! This means that C++ An
The Developer Ecosystem in 2020: How C++ is Doing
JetBrains has carried out its Developer Ecosystem survey for the fourth year running. It’s definitely now more than just a snapshot of a technological landscape – it’s a timeline that illustrates the evolution of the landscape. With a core set of questions that repeat yearly, it gives us not only a useful look at the current state of the ecosystem but also a more general and highly valuable overvi
C++ Annotated: November 2019 – February 2020
Hi, We’re happy to present our new edition of C++ Annotated, which includes our findings on C++ conferences, language evolution, various tools releases, learning materials, and community announcements. We hope you find this a useful and interesting read. Today: C++ conferences. C++20 Is Done! Prague trip report by Phil Nash. Interviews, tools & techniques, language learning p
C++ Annotated: March–October 2019
Hi, Since our last edition in February came out, the C++ community has organized lots of fantastic conferences, held productive C++ Committee discussions, and published tons of educational posts. We, in the meantime, have been rethinking the format of the C++ Annotated series. At JetBrains, we do several other monthly digests with briefly annotated links to the latest articles and posts arou
The Developer Ecosystem in 2019: Key Trends for C, C++, and a bit of Rust
As a tool vendor, we keep our finger permanently on the pulse with what’s going on in terms of key trends and important changes in the development world. As our IDEs cover lots of languages and technologies, there is a lot of ground to cover in all different directions. In the C++ team, we are obviously most interested in the C and C++ ecosystems and the related languages and technologies around t
C++ Annotated: October 2018 – February 2019
Hi! There are dozens of great events, thousands of interesting discussions, and a huge upcoming C++ release all happening right now in the C++ world. For this issue we have included a collection of interesting and engaging stories to our regular edition of C++ Annotated, we hope you enjoy them, please let us know! Today: A look back at some of the recent C++ conferences: C++ in the Asia-
Happy Holidays from CLion Team!
Hi all, The year 2018 is coming to an end, and we’d like to take this moment to have a short look at all the great things that have happened this year in the C++ community and with CLion in particular! C++ language Back in 2017, we officially got a new C++ standard, while this year the C++ Committee managed to reach a consensus on many important topics for C++20! Ranges, Concepts, Co
C++ Annotated: June – September 2018
Hi, A new edition of C++ annotated brings you a collection of the most important and engaging news from over the last 4 months that you should definitely check out. In this edition: Hot C++ conference season has just started with CppCon New section! Proposals you can’t miss Learning Recent releases (more…)
The Developer Ecosystem in 2018: Key Trends for C and C++
For the second year in a row, we have polled thousands of people to learn what’s hot and what’s not in the world of developers in 2018. The Developer Ecosystem survey aims to reveal which technologies are trending today, how languages are evolving, and which tools developers are adopting the most. The results are finally in, so go ahead and get the full scoop! Later we will also publish (anonym
C++ Annotated: January – May 2018
Hi, We are glad to share with you another edition of C++ Annotated, filled with the most important and interesting news around the C++ community over the last 5 months. In this edition: Language standardization news Conferences Learning Having fun Recent releases Language standardization news ISO C++ Committee – Jacksonville If you are interested, we recommend going through s