In another guest post, Matt Bentley provides us with new insights into container performance, analyzing the implications on iteration costs of his implementation of the “bucket array” concept. Back in […]
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In his third guest post, Matt Bentley shows us the impact of cache-locality on performance, using plf::list, his implementation of a cache-local linked list as example. Folks love to make […]
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Today we have another guest post by Alfredo Correa. In his previous article, Functions of variants are covariant, Alfredo described the concept of a covariant function, that is, how a […]
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Today, I am happy to announce a guest post by Andrey Karpov about the evil of macros. Andrey is a Microsoft MVP in the “Developer Technologies” category and one of […]
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Today, I have a guest post by Daniele Pallastrelli about extern template for you. Daniele has been programming and designing software for the last 20+ years and he’ s passionate […]
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Today I am pleased to announce another guest post by Matt Bentley. Matt writes about when elegance in code can hurt simplicity. If you’d like to write a guest post […]
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_Today we have another guest post by Phillip Johnston about error logging. Phillip is an embedded systems consultant specializing in bare-metal firmware development in C and C++. Embedded Artistry is […]
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Today, Matt Bentley writes for us about terse names in our Code. Matt was born in 1978 and never recovered from the ordeal. He has lived a long and interesting […]
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This week’s guest post is by Matthew Butler, who shows us some insights about how the relationship between complexity and performance can be less than obvious in multiple ways. Matthew […]
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Today, Patrick Mintram presents us with a guest post about design patterns in real life applications. Patrick has been in and around engineering for about 9 years, the last 3 […]
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