C++ Blogs C++ Blogs C++ Blogs
Roughly sorted by usefulness to learners and "up-to-date-ness".
Jonathan Boccara's blog about writing modern C++; regularly updated. He also wrote a book about dealing with legacy code.
Bartłomiej Filipek's blog about C++ and native programming; updated at least once a week. He's the author of C++17 in Detail .
Herb Sutterʼs blog; you should check out the excellent
Guru Of The Week
Herb is the author of Exceptional C++ and more books. He also posts news about C++ standardization.
Articles about C++; Andreas is the creator of
source-to-source transformation tool that makes
compiler magic visible and understandable.
Series of articles about C++ fundamentals, best practices and the Abseil library.
Jonathan Müllerʼs blog about modern C++ techniques and libraries
Arthur O’Dwyer's blog about various C++-related topics
Jason Turner's blog with articles about C++, Concurrency and links to the excellent
Jason is an independent contractor and trainer and author of C++ Best Practices .
Conor Hoekstra's blog about programming languages, algorithms and C++
Ruzena Gurkaynak's site with collection of nice infographics,
slide decks about functional programming in C++ and
articles about using the
Arne Mertzʼs blog about modern C++ with various articles on how to write simpler and cleaner code.
Articles about C++, CMake, Clang Tools, etc. Has a really nice overview of all C++20 core language features with examples
Articles about C++ and programming in general.
Wesley Shillingford's blog about Modern C++; has a nice collection of C++20-related programming items
Viktor is the main author of the
library which is the basis of
Martin Hořeňovský's blog
Various articles about C++ and other programming stuff.
Some great articles about fundamental aspects of C++.
Corentin Jabot's blog about C++ and standardization in particular.
Maintains a collection of coding challenges / exercises.
Paul Silisteanu's blog about C++ programming, mostly with a focus on Windows.
Lesley Lai's blog about C++ and other programming stuff.
Articles mostly about newer features and the evolution of C++.
Eric Nieblerʼs blog
Eric is the lead author of the ranges library which is the origin of the C++20's
Blog about various C++ topics.
Sy Brand's blog; Sy is a Microsoft Developer Advocate and #include<C++> organizer
C++ tutorials, C and C++ news, and information about Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, and Vcpkg from the Microsoft C++ team.
Raymond Chen's blog @ Microsoft with a lot of C++-related articles; updated daily
News and discussion for the POCO community.
Jeff Preshing's blog
Dawid Pilarski's blog
Adi Shavit's blog
Martin Vorbrodt's blog
Ben Deane's blog
Thomas Lourseyre's blog about bad (and sometimes good) C++ programming practices
Fairly new blog with C++-related articles by Rajat Jain.
Philippe M. Groarke's blog about various C++ topics. Has a nice list of C++ UI libraries.
C++, graphics programming, great x86-46 assembly tutorial
Philip Trettner's blog about graphics, C++, optimizations and more
C++, Rust, concurrency, software design
Marin Peko's blog
Matthew Rodusek's blog
Lewis Baker's blog
Random thoughts on programming languages, compilers, operating systems, etc.
C++, math, algorithms, machine learning and general CS topics
Danila Kutenin's Blog
Stafford Horne's Blog
Coral Kashri's Blog about C++ basics, design patterns and more
mostly about LLVM-related stuff
Denis is a blogger, speaker and author of "Performance Analysis And Tuning on Modern CPUs"
John Bandela's blog
Mark Mossberg's blog
John Regehr's blog
Remy van Elst's blog
C++ standardization and audio processing
C++ evolution / standardization
about various C++ topics including language features, standards, idioms, design patterns, functional, and object oriented programming
Len Holgate's blog about C++ development on the Windows platforms and various other less technical stuff.
Scott Meyerʼs blog
Scott is the author of several excellent C++ books like Effective Modern C++ , Effective C++ and Effective STL . Very few updates nowadays since Scott has retired from C++.
Mostly about functional programming, category theory, etc. nowadays. Still very interesting (not only) to C++ programmers and of very high quality.