constexpr Functions

Today, I continue my story about programming at compile time. After template metaprogramming, the type-traits library, today's topic is constexpr functions in particular.

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Dining Philosophers Problem III

This post ends the mini-series about the dining philosophers problem by Andre Adrian. Today, he applies powerful locks and semaphores.

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An Update of my Book "Concurrency with Modern C++"

I am happy to announce. I updated my "Concurrency with Modern C++". This update includes a rework of the C++20 topics, a new case study, and a new chapter about lock-free data structures. Now, you get about 700 pages and more than 200 runnable programs to study the theory in practice.
Here is more info: https://leanpub.com/concurrencywithmodernc       Read more
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Dining Philosophers Problem II

In the last post "Dining Philosophers Problem I", Andre Adrian started his analysis of the classical dining philosophers' problem. Today, he uses atomics, mutexes, and locks.

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The New pdf Bundle is Ready: C++20 Concurreny - The Hidden Pearls

I have prepared the pdf bundle. To get it is quite simple.

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Dining Philosophers Problem I

At Christmas time, I had a few nice discussions with Andre Adrian. He solved the classical dining philosopher's problem in various ways using modern C++. I'm convinced him to write an article about this classic synchronization issue, and I'm happy to publish it in three consecutive posts.

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My Mentoring Program "Fundamentals for C++ Professionals"

I'm happy to provide you with more details about my mentoring program, "Fundamentals for C++ Professionals". 

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Which pdf bundle do you want? Make your choice!

Now, it's time to choose the next pdf bundle? Get all the material to your chosen topic.

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The Type-Traits Library: Optimization

The type-traits library has two main goals: correctness and optimization. Today, I write about optimization.

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The Type-Traits Library: Correctness

The two main goals of the type-traits library are very convincing: correctness and optimization. Today, I write about correctness.

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