Developer and Development News – Sunday, November 14, 2021

I’ve built a C++Builder app that pulls development related news and posts from more than 50 developer focused RSS news feeds. From time to time, I’ll highlight some of the articles that piqued my interest.

Beautiful C++: 30 Core Guidelines for Writing Clean, Safe, and Fast Code–Kate GregoryIncludes explanations of 30 guidelines along with plenty of examples, the occasional diagram, and stories that put them into context. Bjarne Stroustrup and Herb Sutter, who edit the ISO C++ Core Guidelines GitHub site , reviewed the book, and gave helpful comments on the text, and wrote a foreword and an afterword.

All Hail Bug Reports: How We Reduced the Analysis Time of the User’s Project From 80 to 4 Hours
Bug reports are great If a bug report is adequately handled from both sides, it means that both the user and the software developer are interested in solving the problem. If both sides achieve the desired result, it’s a win-win situation.

Podcasts for New Software Developers
If you want to be a good software developer you have to be constantly learning. One of the best ways to learn is through listening to good podcasts. This post contains a list of some of the best podcasts new software developers can learn from.

Fuzz in Your Language, Fuzzer, or Architecture
The developers at ForAllSecure have compiled a catalog of fuzz targets intended for Mayhem that’s written and compiled using several different languages (and architectures) like C/C++, Python, Go, Rust, Java, and many others!

Top 11 Time Wastes as a DevOps Engineer
In a world where everything is changing rapidly, productivity and speed through efficient time management is probably what every company is looking for today. This article lists the known time losses that every DevOps engineer should avoid in order to free up time and spend it more effectively.

AMD reveals 50 security flaws in its EPYC processors and its Windows 10 graphics driver; Intel discloses 25 vulnerabilities in its products including CPUs
AMD has revealed 50 new CVE-listed bugs this week, 23 of them rated of “high” concern, meaning they’re rated at between 7.0 and 8.9 on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System. Intel has also revealed product vulnerabilities – 25 of them. Chipzilla issues its own IDs for flaws, and groups multiple CVEs beneath them.

11 Tutorials For Working With Ethereum From Delphi
This blog post looks at some of the most popular and effective tutorials that can help you adapt to a quick hands-on for working with Ethereum from Delphi.


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