Why I don’t spend time with Modern C++ anymore

Modern C++, what is it, where it comes from?

For the past 10 years with the advent of C++11, and before that its respective initiatives (TR1, Boost), there was a big movement within the C++ development community towards moving projects to the new standard: Modern C++. That meant using features like auto, closures (lambda), variadic templates and many more. C++ certainly became a rich platform for experimentation, and several “Modern C++” libraries appeared. Those lucky to grasp the new idioms as SFINAE, tag dispatching, CRTP, type generator, safe bool and others, or at least those who can recite them, were hailed with the status of Gurus.