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A code::dive conference is an annual event taking place in Wroclaw, Poland. It’s probably one of the most popular conferences for C++ lovers in the region. It’s sponsored by Nokia and surprisingly, it’s still free! So if you haven’t participated in it yet, you definitely should think about this next year. There are even people as determined as Lukas (see his post from the last year here) who d...
I've recently embarked on a quest to try and run Cutelyst on a Raspberry Pi. Turns out the task, although quite time consuming, is very straightforward. In this article I provide a condensed set of instructions on how to do it - plus some minimal background to make it more meaningful.
There is a lot that can be done to improve code quality. I want to mention only about code review. No need to introduce the concept. Still, how to do it in the most efficient way? Who should be assigned as a reviewer? How can we measure a possible increase in code quality?