For April, I'm a bit late, but I spent the second half of April on vacation, and this week I've been busy with C++Now both as a speaker and an attendee. But a few days delay should not stop us from revisiting a couple of interesting articles This is the second month that I share the 3 popular C++ articles of the month.
I don't take the most popular articles anymore, because I find that while some articles do meet the criteria to add #cpp as a tag, but they are not mostly about C++. So there is a bit of subjectivity to this list. Yet, I try not to include multiple articles from the same author.
Feel free to share your favourite one in the comments.
kprotty shared his insights on atomics and memory ordering. This is an often-overlooked topic, but if you want to become a C++ expert you must delve yourself into such details.
Dave tackled a more beginner, yet similarly important topic, parameter passing.
Last but not least, Bartlomiej shared with us a very insightful article on the
override keywords that make modern C++ much safer.
If you liked this article, please