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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The Type-Traits Library: std::is_base_of

I finished the last article on the Type-Traits library with the challenge of explaining the std::is_base_of and std::is_convertible functions. Today I'm excited to present the answer from Mr. Helmut Zeisel.

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The Type-Traits Library: Type Comparisons

In my last post "The Type-Traits Library: Type Checks" I introduced type checks at compile time with the type-traits library. Today, I write about type comparisons at compile time.

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And the Winners for the Seven Vouchers for Fedor's Book "The Art of Writing Efficient Programs" are

I'm happy to present the seven winners in this post including their answers.

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The Type-Traits Library: Type Checks

The type-traits library is part of C++11 and supports type checks, type comparisons, and type modifications at compile-time. The library has more than 100 functions but grows with each new C++ standard release. Today, I present the type checks.

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