Scheduling has become a subject of big interest in recent years due to the work of Linux developers to make it more responsive in the desktop. CFS was a major breakthrough with 2.6.23 and other patches followed adjusting the kernel Continue reading Hybrid Containers for C++
Post Edit: Thanks folks, this post got top#1 at the front page of HackerNews, several (alternative, I give) media mentions and Twitter also got a blast. I wrote this post in 1/2 hr on a Sunday 2am after finishing a Continue reading Why I don’t spend time with Modern C++ anymore
I would like to invite C++ developers to the following challenge: you write a piece of code using features that only belong to “Modern C++” and I will attempt to write the same code in pre-C++11 syntax, perhaps refocusing the problem. I Continue reading Modern C++ Challenge
A recent TED talk by Rupert Sheldrake has been causing commotion on both the social media (Reddit, Facebook) as well in most scientific meetings. It’s a discourse on how science has been built into this moral fortress that would have Continue reading (Computer) Science And The Forgotten Mission
https://gist.github.com/bkaradzic/2e39896bc7d8c34e042b What is Orthodox C++? Orthodox C++ (sometimes referred as C+) is minimal subset of C++ that improves C, but avoids all unnecessary things from so called Modern C++. It’s exactly opposite of what Modern C++ suppose to be. Why Continue reading Orthodox C++
Wow there’s still life in the C++ walmart. Nice talk Chandler!
I admire this guy appetite for complexity…
There are many cases where you need to add a bit to an integer to indicate certain types of logic. Say for example that you need a bit to indicate a ‘special’ state to a counter but you dont want Continue reading Life Pro Tip: the logical bit