skills

Welcome back to a new post at thoughts-on-cpp. This time I will write about something different, not quite technical and C++ related. Well, not exactly. It’s a post about team education, about how to evolve the C++ knowledge of a team which is, in my case, not build up with computer science experts, but purely with domain experts (in my development team we are all mechanical engineers or mathematicians). You may ask, why the hell are they doing software engineering only with domain experts? This will be for sure another blog post, I promise, to talk about this.

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My personal view on programming languages is like my view on any other spoken language, such as french, german or english. My mother tongue is german, but I also speak enough English to express myself. For me the difference between both languages is just who to speak to so whoever I speak with understands the best of what I want to express. The language itself is secondary, in my point of view all of them have the same concepts, such as grammar and tense (I hope no linguistic experts are reading this post;). In other words, I think the concepts are important, not the language itself.

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