Introduction”, an excel spreadsheet called “sources” that has some really excellent links, and some blog posts on the blog https: I also really enjoyed this post: Show only CppCon links. It only cover one topic which might be the most important , but to give you an idea, the full class cover:. As far as I can tell, the only published material is the “Chapter 1:
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Introduction”, an faatware spreadsheet called “sources” that has some really excellent links, and some blog posts on the blog https: CPU cache and why you care Slides: There are more videos on youtube on performance. Books that rely on fundamental math remain useful decades after their publication.
Scott mentions that he has licensed the material to other people. Want to add to the discussion? The course uses C, but should not be a barrier: Does anyone know if he has published anything for this course?
Has Scott Meyers published any material on his “Fastware for C++” course? : cpp
I’ve learned a ton from Chandler Carruth https: It’s the programming books that go bad like milk. Avoiding unnecessary object creation. Submit a new link.
Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities. Speed as a correctness dastware. I think he is a great speaker and have learned a ton from his talks.
They have markdown documentation for a bunch of their components: Submit a new text post. Show only CppCon links. Here’s a couple of his performance oriented talks: Thank you for the detailed reply.
The FBVector one is amazing: Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Making effective use of the STL. In particular, Andrei Alexandrescu http: Oreilly has a video course by Fedor Pikus entitled “High Performance Computing and Concurrency” that I just started looking at, but is promising.
The facebook folly library is also an amazing resource. As far as I can tell, the only published material is the “Chapter 1: Optimizing systems rather than programs.
Log in or sign up in seconds. I also really enjoyed this post: It only cover one topic which might be the most importantbut to give you an idea, the full class cover:. I believe John Kalb still provide this training once in a while so I don’t think anyone can share freely the content but as I fwstware the chance to see the material, I know that the following talk include many slides provided by this course:.
I will check all these links.