Rob and Jason are joined by Peter Bindels to discuss the Hippomocks mocking library and the cpp-dependencies analyzer.
Peter Bindels is a C++ software engineer who prides himself on writing code that is easy to use, easy to work with and well-readable to anybody familiar with the language. He's worked for a contractor for a few years and then made the switch to work at Tomtom, where he's been working on various parts of the software chain, last of which was a major cleanup in the navigation code base. In doing so he developed a tool to determine, check and improve dependencies between components, which allows quicker structural insight in complicated systems. He also created HippoMocks in 2008, one of the first full fledged C++ mocking frameworks that is still a relevant choice today. He has given two talks at Meeting C++ 2016 and will be giving his third talk, on Mocking in C++, at CppNow 2017.
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- Fluent C++ - Inserting several elements into an STL container efficently
- 2017 Keynote - Ryan Newton - Haskell Taketh Away
- CLion 2017.1 released: C++14, C++17, PCH, disassembly view, Catch, MSVC and more
- An introduction to Reflection in C++
- Hippomocks framework
- Meeting C++ 2016: Peter Bindels - How to understand million-line C++ projects
- Lightning Talks Meeting C++ 2016: Peter Bindels - Mocking C++