Many template libraries are regarded with ambivalent feelings by developers: On the one hand, such libraries can offer wonderful functionality. On the other hand, they are dreaded for the sheer amount of error messages spilled out by the compiler when there is even a small bug in the developer's code. This talk will demonstrate several techniques to drastically reduce the amount of compiler output in case of errors (with real-life examples, of course).
Updated version of the 2014 Meeting C++ talk, test run for the 2015 CppCon talk.
We'll provide some snacks, beer and soft drinks. The earlier we know who's coming, the easier it is to plan :-)