Cppcheck which is an open-source static source code analysis tool for C/C++ code has been released with immediate availability from Sourceforge.
As one big fun of Qt technology, I’m really excited about the Qt World Summit. For those not in the know, the Qt World Summit was previously known as Qt Developer Days and is the global event for all things Qt.
Like always there is bound to be a show of the great strides in software application and device creation. Hosted by The Qt Company, the 12th annual three day Qt World Summit will be held in Berlin, Germany from October 5th to the 7th. Continue reading
So What Exactly Does the System Do?
Ask not first what the system does; ask WHAT it does it to! Bertrand Meyer
How Buildings Learn
Software isn’t the only kind of structure that changes over time. For an interesting insight into how physical structures evolve, see How Buildings Learn Brand 1995
JetBrains today released the CLion 1.1.1 update of their C++ IDE. This update fixes a number of issues that where evident in the previous version of CLion. Users are encouraged to patch their current versions of CLion. This new version is an update to the previous CLion 1.1 release candidate mentioned here.
Today we’re going to talk about the C++ Standard Template Library also known as the standard library. C++ is a very old high-level programming language favored for its performance and power.
Even though C++ provides the bells and whistles like other high level programming languages. Like other programming languages it is not easy to do certain tasks using the core language features. This is why we need a library. Continue reading
The Picture of the Software Designer
The picture of the software designer deriving his design in a rational, error-free way from a statement of requirements is quite unrealistic. No system has ever been developed in that way, and probably none ever will. Even the small program developments shown in textbooks and papers are unreal. They have been revised and polished until the author has shown us what he wishes he had done, not what actually did happen. David Parnas and Paul Clements
With only a few months left to the NVIDIA Global Impact Award, the $150,000 social and humanitarian problem solving award has been open for submissions.
The award seeks to reward researchers or institutions using NVIDIA technologies to come up with breakthroughs that have a wide impact in society. Continue reading