Monthly Archives: August 2007

Unordered Associative Containers Part II

  A few months ago I talked about hash tables, known in TR1 as unordered associative containers, and hinted that’s what really interesting about them is how they work under the covers. Of course, neither TR1 or the C++ Standard describe how … Continue reading

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Performance Intuition

  Recently I had a conversation with Scott Meyers about performance issues. One of the topics that came up was how our performance intuition often sucks eggs. There are so many factors that change, yet our basic assumptions remain the same. … Continue reading

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Bjarne Reviews the Last 15 Years of C++

  I love C++. There’s no other way to say it. C++ permeates the world of software. C++ technology permeates our lives. C++ is one of the most amazing inventions of all time, and yet the vast majority of the world … Continue reading

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