A nice talk by Richard Thomson at the Utah C++ Programmers Meetup. He gives an introduction to the POCO networking classes and then demonstrates how to write a NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol) client with POCO.
This is a maintenance release that adds support for building with OpenSSL 3, fixes a number of issues, and upgrades some bundled dependencies. As usual, the complete list of closed GitHub issues is in the CHANGELOG.
This is a maintenance release that fixes some issues that sneaked into the 1.11.0 and earlier releases, and also upgrades SQLite and PCRE to their latest releases. Upgrading is recommended. As usual, the complete list of closed GitHub issues is in the CHANGELOG.
dmc-smartsystems is looking for a C++ Backend Developer. Familiarity with POCO C++ Libraries is a plus 😉 More information on LinkedIn (in German)
Our friends at the Hexagon Xalt team are looking for a C++ software engineer and Scrum Master. This is a remote position. You’ll work with Poco and macchina.io in interesting IoT and Edge computing projects. More information can be found here.
After a way too long time since the last release, POCO C++ Libraries release 1.11.0 is now available. We are sorry for the long delay (both Alex and I were too busy with other work) and promise to do better in the future. This release introduces ActiveRecord, a simple and lightweight object-relational mapping (ORM) framework […]
Last month we were very pleased to see POCO included in Incredibuilds top 13 C++ libraries for 2021. The POCO C++ Libraries (POCO stands for POrtable COmponents) are open source C++ class libraries for building connected applications for desktop, server, mobile, IoT, and embedded systems. POCO has grown steadily in popularity since it was founded […]
Incredibuild’s list of 13 C++ libraries to watch out for includes the POCO C++ Libraries right after the standard library and Boost. A good position to be in 🙂 They also made a short video.
(to paraphrase the book title of Philip David Charles Collins LVO’s excellent biography) A very busy (and in too many other ways “interesting”) year comes to an end. Now would be a good time to reflect upon what has happened in the POCO C++ Libraries project this year. Which is … unfortunately … not that […]
This is a maintenance release that removes the bugs that sneaked into the 1.10.0 release and adds some features that did not make it into the 1.10.0 release. Upgrading is recommended. As usual, the complete list of changes is in the CHANGELOG.