Who's Using Boost?
Open source isn't just for nerds and researchers. Real world programming challenges, irrespective of whether they are open or closed source, can benefit enormously from the thought and experience that has gone into the Boost software libraries. Put simply, for any given problem for which Boost provides a solution, Boost will strive to provide the best solution possible. It's up to you to decide whether we've achieved that, but as these pages will testify, many other developers have found our solutions to be the best for them.
Disclaimer: Boost's developers try to ensure that the information on these pages is correct, but from time to time inadvertent mistakes are bound to occur: if you would like an entry in these pages to be removed or corrected please contact the Boost Moderators.
If you have an application or library that's using Boost and would like to be listed here, please post the following information to the main Boost developer mailing list:
- The name of the Application/Product/Service.
- The name of the company (where appropriate).
- A paragraph describing the Application/Product/Service.
- Any information you can provide about which parts of Boost you used, along with any comments you may have on how Boost helped your product development.
- URLs to your companies home page, and the home page of the Application/Product/Service if there is one.
Finally, if the subheadings used in the structure of these pages don't fit your Product/Application/Service please say so: we're always interested to hear how these pages can be improved or better structured.