Time for Wishes

I wrote more than 130 posts in my German blog about functional programming, embedded programming and multithreading programming with modern C++. My English blog will catch up in two months with my German one. Therefore, it's the right time to rework my blogs. The German blog and the English blog in parallel.

The rework will improve the old posts and will provide additional info to the existing posts. But of course, I will also write new posts to the topics functional programming, embedded programming and multithreading programming with modern C++.

Therefore, it's the right time to contemplate and to ask you the question. How can I improve the existing blog and its posts? I'm very curious about your ideas. Please write me a short notice at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., twitter, facebook, ... . Because I write the blog for you.

In 2017, I will present you the ideas for improving my blog. Of course anonymously. Please share this post, so I can be sure that I spend my time in the right stuff.

 

Have a good time.

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0 #1 Just reader 2016-12-25 12:31
Thank you, Reiner, for this blog!
You are great in simple explanation of complicated things!
One of the best blogs about C++.
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0 #2 Rainer Grimm 2016-12-25 20:52
Quoting Just reader:
Thank you, Reiner, for this blog!
You are great in simple explanation of complicated things!
One of the best blogs about C++.

Thanks a lot. That is good to hear. But I still try to improve.
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0 #3 Mike 2016-12-29 00:44
Hi Rainer, some wishes:
- continue your great work
- Dependency injection in C++
- Dependency management for c++ (Conan? Git? (submodules))
- cross-compiler / remote compilation
- CMake, ninja...
- IDEs

These days it's not just the language itself that matters. The tools built around the language are making the language complete. E.g. autocompletion in an IDE, dependency management - horrible in c++
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0 #4 Rainer Grimm 2016-12-29 06:17
Quoting Mike:
Hi Rainer, some wishes:
- continue your great work
- Dependency injection in C++
- Dependency management for c++ (Conan? Git? (submodules))
- cross-compiler / remote compilation
- CMake, ninja...
- IDEs

These days it's not just the language itself that matters. The tools built around the language are making the language complete. E.g. autocompletion in an IDE, dependency management - horrible in c++

Thanks Mike, a lot of valid points. But I'm not an expert in this domain. So that may take time. Maybe, I'm looking for a coauthor.
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0 #5 Derek 2016-12-30 02:14
Continue the great work!
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