My last post started a list of features in C++11 that I enjoy using and think C++ programmers should be aware of moving forward. However, the list was getting too long, so this post is a continuation of that list. In case you missed it, have a look at Part 1. The list continues... Defaulted and … Continue reading What Features I Like the Most in C++11 (Part 2)
Last week I wrote about how you should think about using an existing solution for a tasking system before you embark on building one. If you have not read that post yet, I encourage you to do so and watch the associated talk which helped inspire it from Sean Parent ("no synchronization primitives"). In this post, … Continue reading Thread Parallelism (Part 2): A Simple Parallel-For Wrapper
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