I have had to disable the MathJax-LaTeX plugin due to a parse error in the PHP in the latest version (v 1.3.3) that brings down the entire blog. That means that equations and any other math stuff will not display properly. The developer is already aware of the problem as of 3 days ago, and working on a fix, so this should just be a temporary hiccup.
Yet another regular feature I intend to have on this blog is “Code critique”. These will be posts where I focus on tutorials, books, papers, essays, articles, and blog posts about C++ that either advocate poor C++ practices or demonstrate horrible code, and take them apart critically. Continue Reading
One of the things I hope to do from time to time on this blog is to offer short bits of code that solve relatively common programming problems, and that illustrate clever ways to use modern C++. These are combination tips and snippets, so I’ll be calling them “Tippets“.
You can submit Tippets, and if I like them, they will (eventually) be posted on the blog. You will be properly credited, of course.
I should probably qualify my bluster about all the code on this blog being C++14. While it is true that all of the code on this blog, unless otherwise specified, will be C++14, it is not likely that it will be properly displayed that way. I haven’t dug too deeply into it yet, but I don’t think the syntax-highlighting plugin I’m using supports C++14. In fact, I don’t think it even supports C++11. Continue Reading
I have had some technical problems getting the blog up and running, but hopefully everything should be okay now. Look for actual content to begin sooner rather than later.
After a long hiatus, I’ve decided to start blogging about C++ again. Continue Reading