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#ACCU2018. Day 2. Threads and Locks ARE a Dead End, Period!

As the Day 2 of ACCU2018 is over, here is my report about it. Kotlin ~= Java with a Better Syntax Keynote of Day 2 was about Kotlin (titled “Kotlin/Native – Embracing existing ecosystems”), delivered by Hadi Hariri. While the talk as such was pretty good, I wasn’t convinced that Kotlin is worth the trouble. My takeouts from […]

#ACCU2018 Day 1. From Gender Equality to (kinda-)Quantum Computing, with Threads and C++ copy/move in between

As #ACCU2018 is underway, and as I am here, it would be strange if I wouldn’t use the opportunity to tell about what I like (and don’t like ;-)) here. Diversity in Tech – What Can We Do? Gen Ashley was opening the conference with a keynote speech on “Diversity & Inclusivity in Tech”. Main point: […]

Experience with development server 7x cheaper than Linode/DO

Preamble As I wrote a few weeks ago, I am currently developing an open-souce ithare::obf library. And apparently, to make sure it works more or less consistently, a Damn Lot(tm) of randomized testing (and preferably under different compilers) is necessary. As a result, last week I found myself in a search for a cheap Linux box […]

CPPCON Day #5. Miscellaneous

I’m back from #CPPCON2017 now, and can report on the last day of it. First (and IMO foremost <wink />), there was my own talk on “Eight Ways to Handle Non-blocking Returns in Message-passing Programs: from C++98 via C++11 to C++20”. Not sure whether it was exciting enough (and 3 or 4 people left the […]