This week and last weekend I was primarily focusing on memory pools, allocators, CPU caches. I now probably know how allocators work, simply separating memory allocation & objects initialization, for example, reserve() function in std::vector, it doesn’t initialize the allocated data segment, thus permitting better performance when we don’t need initialize the data immediately. CPU …
Monthly Archives: November 2020
Scott Meyers: CPU Caches and Why You Care
Very interesting topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDIkqP4JbkE
The Pick-up Artist
May I ask you a very personal question? Did anyone ever tell you that you have the face of a Botticelli and the body of a Degas? Is there a crime against comparing a woman to a work of art? See detailed pick-up lines here.