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The Power of Clean C++
We use C++ for its raw power. But that power comes at a price: the language is notoriously hard to use correctly and efficiently - especially both at the same time. And that's before you try and make it easy for the next person to read, too!

Regardless of our skill level we could all use a little help writing our best code. In this webinar I'll show how you can be guided by tools that work in your IDE, on your builder server or CI, and as you merge pull requests. Well look at a series of examples of real code - some with less-than-obvious issues and see how these tools work. We’ll get your code clean - and stay clean - with minimal effort and without being overloaded with warnings.

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Phil Nash
C++ Developer Advocate @ Sonar
Phil is the original author of the C++ test framework, Catch2, and composable command line parser, Clara. As Developer Advocate at Sonar he's involved with SonarQube, SonarLint and SonarCloud, particularly in the context of C++. He's also a member of the ISO C++ standards committee, organizer of C++ London and C++ on Sea, as well as co-host and producer of the cpp.chat and No Diagnostic Required podcasts. More generally he's an advocate for good testing practices, TDD and using the type system and functional techniques to reduce complexity and increase correctness.