This two-day course covers the new updates in C++.
Every three years a new standard for C++ is released, sometimes they include minor updates and sometimes major ones.
The release of the C++20 is considered as a major update, it has a big impact on how we are going to work with C++. This update to the C++20 standard can be compared with the update to C++11 back in the days.
The use of concepts will eliminate the need for template meta-programming in many places, making the code more understandable and therefore more maintainable.
The range library makes this very visible and changes the way we work with algorithms, while the view component brings pipelines into algorithms.