C++Learn C++Videos

Learn C++ With Neighborhoods Banding Together : Reasoning Globally About Programs by Lisa Lippincott (CPPCon 2020) Video

The most detailed rationale for programs is performed locally: considering the proximity of a program – usually a single function and the interfaces around it – and the reason for its action without reference to the rest of the program. This justification serves a broader objective: ensure that the whole program behaves appropriately. In this video, you will be learning how to put together neighborhoods of local reasoning, and the global reasoning that ensures that they form a cohesive whole.

close

Oh hi there 👋
It’s nice to meet you.

Sign up to receive awesome C++ content in your inbox, every day.

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

Related posts
C++Introduction to C++Language FeatureLearn C++

How To Use The Comprehensive Form Properties In C++ VCL Apps

C++C++11C++14C++17Introduction to C++Learn C++

This Is How To Add Characters to Wide Strings in Modern C++

C++ComponentsLanguage FeatureLearn C++

How To Create Gorgeous Transparent App Windows With C++

C++C++11C++14C++17Introduction to C++Learn C++

This Is How To Get A Substring of a Wide String in C++

en_USEnglish