This blog is intended for c++ discussions: from advanced features of the language, to interesting or useful usage techniques, design patterns, concurrency issues and constructs, common libraries (boost, stl, to name a few), future standards (C++0x) and more..

I will try to post anything I find even remotely interesting, while skipping the very basic/simple cases – assuming most of the readers are either experienced enough, or intelligent enough to use google. At any rate, I will make a great effort to at least provide a link to any subject I’m making a reference to, and would like you to alert me if there’s anything left unclear.

Please feel free to take part in this blog; Comment and contribute from your own experience in any way you see fit. I will greatly appreciate and encourage any such activity.

Just a little about me; My name is Roman Kecher and I’m a computer engineer from Israel. My homepage can be found at http://kecher.net – you are more than welcome to have a look.

— rmn, cplusplus.co.il.

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“C++: an octopus made by nailing extra legs onto a dog.” is a quote by Steve Taylor.


5 Responses to "About"

Hi Roman,

I really enjoy the articles here, although I never found anything to add to them.

Thanks a lot. Please keep posting.


Hey Amit!

First off, thanks a lot for the kind words 🙂
I am glad you like the site and its content, and I intend to keep on posting. If there are specific topics that you would like to see more of, please do not hesitate to ask.


I love your blog, I have learnt a lot from it.
I am very glad that you are as an Israeli help people by teaching c++.
I have some ideas for posts you can write, please check your email, I have sent you a message.


Hi Or!

Thanks for the warm feedback. I am very glad to see such enthusiastic readers. 🙂
As I mentioned on the email, I hope you’ll soon be able to find many of your ideas posted.

Please keep posting and commenting,

Hey, thank you Roman.
I have sent you another email message containing a really interesting question that you can add to your “questions” category :D.

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