C++ Russia is an online event this year, and I’m happy to be one of many C++ folks to be invited to participate. On July 2 I’ll be doing a Q&A session, which is the first time I’m doing an “AMA” — no talk, just Q&A and discussion. I’m looking forward to it, and to see what kinds of questions are on people’s minds.
Last month, I gave a new talk “Bridge to NewThingia” at DevAroundTheSun. Using examples from the evolution of programming languages and a few other tech products, it analyzes some key design factors that let you confidently answer the question, “why will your NewThing succeed, when a lot of things that look like it have failed in the past?”
The talk video is now available on YouTube, linked below. I hope you enjoy it, and thanks again to the organizers of DevAroundTheSun for putting together this global online event.