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    Igor Yankovsky
    @iyankovsky
    Hello! Do you guys have any experience with using C++14 for mobile development?
    Jason Turner
    @lefticus
    I do not - It's been a while since I got to do any mobile development at all
    Stuart Bowman
    @sbowman-mitre
    Not, none at all.
    Bart
    @louwers
    Anyone here?
    I wonder how hard it is to hack together a concurrent web server with C++.
    Jason Turner
    @lefticus
    Bart
    @louwers
    Thanks @lefticus. I've come to the conclusion that C++ might not be the best language for a simple HTTP REST API ;-)
    Sunil Choudhury
    @linuschoudhury
    is this group active
    Jason Turner
    @lefticus
    It can be!
    Jason Turner
    @lefticus
    @linuschoudhury I'm here for discussion, but no one else has really ever joined in.
    Sunil Choudhury
    @linuschoudhury
    i too think so
    is there any c++ groups in gitter
    Jason Turner
    @lefticus
    Not that I know of, if you do find another, let me know.
    Grant Rostig
    @grantrostig
    @iyankovsky I'm getting into http://qt.io . Seems to be very good.
    is there any c++ groups in gitter
    @linuschoudhury gitter does to support keywords. I have a group that focuses on learning C++ called http://gitter.im/CppMSG. No content on gitter yet, but we are trying to create some. Our center of operations is http://meetup.com/cppmsg .
    Grant Rostig
    @grantrostig
    @lefticus , I like your project and your videocast. :)
    dongshimou
    @dongshimou
    有中文么?
    my english is poor
    Grant Rostig
    @grantrostig
    My code was recently criticized for using a while loop instead of a for loop. I was told that incrementing my loop variable (iterator) at the bottom of the loop was more likely to become buggy due to later sloppy code changes. Also told that the c++ optimizer might have more trouble optimizing and "un-rolling" the loop. On the other hand, the only way to use a for loop was to iterate in reverse, since elements of the vector were being deleted. I figured that was pretty ugly, especially with the "-1" required for loop conditional in the for solution. Opinions? So is "while" looked down upon in Modern C++?
    Darrell Wright
    @beached
    @grantrostig what about vect.erase( std::remove_if( vect.begin( ), vect.end( ), predicate ), vect.end( ) );
    Clément Grégoire
    @Lectem
    Just use reverse iterators ?
    While loop have specific purposes, iterating on a known range is more of a 'for' use case even in reverse order imo
    While loop are best used on containers when you dont know the range / number of iterations
    Konstantin Frumkin
    @fro0m
    Hi