POCO was featured in the Episode 18 on CppCast.
Release Candidate 1 of POCO 1.5.3 has been tagged on the GitHub. Release 1.5.3 is scheduled for June 30 2014.
The second part of “Dynamic C++” article has been published in the ACCU Overload Journal.
Due to a significant amount of fixes during the last week, 1.5.2 Release Candidate 2 is now tagged on GitHub. Please report any problems back to this list or as a GitHub issue. To allow for more testing, release projection was pushed forward a week, to June 24 2013. POCO Team
1.5.2 Release Candidate 1 is now tagged on GitHub: Please report any problems back to this list or as a GitHub issue. Release is projected for June 17 2013. POCO Team
The first part of “Dynamic C++” article has been published in the ACCU Overload Journal.
On Thursday, May 16 2013, there will be two POCO-related presentations at the C++ Now conference in Aspen, Colorado: Dynamic C++ This is a “replay” of ACCU Conference 2013 presentation from Bristol, UK. Look Ma, “update DB to HTML5 using C++”, no hands! This is an “upgrade” of the Silicon Valley Code Camp 2012 presentation, […]
Slides are available on SlideShare Courtesy of Schalk Cronjé tweet – his notes on the ACCU 2013 Dynamic C++ presentation:
In some of POCO libraries (Net on Windows, Data back-ends, Crypto, NetSSL …), there is a need for early library initialization. This task has been done so far in a couple of ways (neither elegant) – we either (1) call initialization (repeatedly) from some strategic points in the library (Net, SSL) that we know will […]
On April 11 2013, at the ACCU 2013 conference in Bristol (UK), a 90 minute “Dynamic C++” tutorial will be presented: Data from external sources comes in diverse types and brings along the need for datatype conversion. How can a C++ programmer accurately and efficiently transfer data from relational or XML database to JSON or HTML without stumbling […]