I like to explore C++11 idioms and soon enough, C++14. I try to document the most important results of that exploration on my website.
I have been helping spread knowledge of various C++11 idioms and pitfalls, and I coined the Rule of Zero, which I think is one of the most fundamental ideas for writing good C++ (even the old C++03).
From time to time I contribute to open-source projects, and I also have a few of my own. The most active ones can be found on my GitHub profile. Nonius, a small benchmarking framework for C++, and Ogonek, a library for Unicode in C++11, are the ones I currently dedicate more of my free time to.
I also like to explore the epic failures that result when we mix cultural diversity with programming, in particular things related to text and timekeeping.
My other programming-related interests include language and library design, and functional programming.
All the content I post on this site is released under the CC0 license, unless I mention it was written by someone else.
Are you trying to contact me? I usually hang out by the C++ Lounge. My e-mail address is also easy to find elsewhere on the Internet.