In case anyone pays attention to what I write here anymore, I thought I should leave a quick update.
- we did BoostCon 2010, and it was great as usual. I’m hoping to have something to write myself on it soon, but in the meantime check out Dean Michael Berris’ report on C++ Soup.
- Right now I’m prepping to deliver a C++0x course and evening talk in the Netherlands. C++0x is huge! Even when you’re “on the inside of the development process,” there’s a lot to miss. So preparation is taking all my time which is why there’s not much activity on the Ryppl front.
- Yeah, Ryppl. It’s the project I’m working on full-time when I’m not teaching, blogging, running BoostPro, recovering from Boostcon, blah, blah. Yeah, did I mention I’m busy? Anyway, in my opinion the future of Boost depends on having something like Ryppl in place, so I’m really looking forward to getting back to it. I’m especially psyched because next month my colleague and friend Eric Niebler is moving to Cambridge (right around the corner from me) to work on ryppl. It’s going to be great to collaborate face-to-face with someone on a regular basis again after living the virtual life for so long.