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Assorted Rants Tagged ‘GPU’, page 1:

Chapter VI(a). Server-Side MMO Architecture. Naïve, Web-Based, and Classical Deployment Architectures

Quote: “If you disrupt the game-event-currently-in-progress for more than 0.5-2 minutes, for almost-any synchronous multi-player game you won’t be able to get the same players back, and will need to rollback the game event anyway.”
Another Quote: “However, keep in mind, that all fall-tolerant solutions are complicated, costly, and for the games realm I generally consider them as an over-engineering (even by my standards).”

Chapter V(b). Modular Architecture: Client-Side. Programming Languages for Games, including Resilience to Reverse Engineering and Portability

Quote: “from all the popular compiled languages, C++ tends to produce the binary code which is the most difficult-to-reverse-engineer (that is, provided that you have turned all the optimizations on, disabled debug info, and are not using DLLs)”
Another Quote: “Bot fighting is always a two-way battle with bot writers inventing a way around the MMO defences, and then MMO developers striking back with a new defence against the most recent attack; rinse and repeat.”