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Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Introduction” and the sources excel spreadsheet are actually located at http: Want to add to the discussion?
In particular, Andrei Alexandrescu http: I think he is a great vastware and have learned a ton from his talks. There is a useful list of books on Stack Overflow. I believe John Kalb still provide this training once in a while so I don’t think anyone can share freely the vido but as I had the chance to see the material, I know that the following talk include many slides provided by this course:.
Submit a new link. Avoiding unnecessary object creation.
Here’s a couple of his performance oriented talks: It only cover one topic which might be the most importantbut to give you an idea, the full class cover:.
Introduction”, an excel spreadsheet called “sources” that has some really excellent links, and some blog posts on the blog https: Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Submit a new text post.
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Thank you for the detailed reply. Making effective use of the STL. I’ve learned a ton from Chandler Carruth https: It’s the programming books that go bad like milk.
Oreilly has a video course by Fedor Pikus entitled “High Performance Computing and Concurrency” that I just started looking at, but is promising. I will check all these links. The course uses C, but should not be a barrier: CPU caches and why you care. Speed as a fasgware criterion.
Has Scott Meyers published any material on his “Fastware for C++” course? : cpp
They have markdown documentation for a bunch of their components: Books that rely on fundamental math remain useful decades after their publication. Scott mentions that he has licensed the material to other people. Optimizing systems fastwarw than programs.
I also really enjoyed this post: Does anyone know if he has published anything for this course? There are more videos on youtube on performance.