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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 […]

#CPPCON2017. Day 4. Async Rulezzz!

During the Day 4 of CPPCON, I had to prepare to my own talk tomorrow; still – I was able to attend all the talks I was interested in. But before I can start – let’s discuss a thing which I just understood during CPPCON17; it is related to… Big Fallacies of Parallel Programming for […]

#CPPCON2017. Day 3. The Future of C++

At #CPPCON2017 Day 3, I spent most of the time on the meetings of SG14 (on games and low-latency stuff); while it was certainly useful for me – the most interesting things on Day 3 happened outside of SG14. Generative C++ == The Future IMNSHO, the most important talk of Day 3 (and probably of […]

#CPPCON2017. Day 2. Why Local Allocators are a Good Thing(tm) Performance-Wise, and Why I am Very Cautious about C++17 STL parallelized algos

At CPPCON2017 Day 2, two talks were of special interest to me. One was a 2-hour talk about Local Allocators – and another about C++17 STL parallelised algorithms. Local Allocators The talk on Local Allocator by John Lakos was brilliant both in terms of content and in terms of presentation (I wish I’d be able to speak […]