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Friday Miscellany #5

Welcome to another Friday Miscellany, a collection of interesting links from across the internet curated from social media, conversations and curiosity. From isocpp.org, B-Tree containers, a C++ template library that implements B-tree containers with an analogous interface to the standard STL map, set, multimap, and multiset containers. C...
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Friday Miscellany #4

 Welcome to another Friday Miscellany, a collection of interesting links from across the internet curated from social media, conversations and curiosity. It’s all about performance: Using Visual C++ 2012 to make the best use of your hardware (video on Channel 9, from the BUILD conference) begins with the engineering of ...
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Friday Miscellany #3

Active in the C++ community? Answering questions, creating demos, sharing code snippets, or hosting a local user group meeting? If you have something to share, send it to me (ebattali@microsoft.com) for potential inclusion in a future miscellany!And now on with the show: John Bandela provides another alternative to lamda move capture. It begs...
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Friday Miscellany #2

We recently requested feedback on native debugging (https://aka.ms/nativeenc) and your C++ build experience (https://aka.ms/cppbuildsurvey). These surveys are still open, but I wanted to share some of the written feedback we have received: "Listen to the community, solve bugs from Connect. :p" "Performance Open C++ solution with 500 ...
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Friday Miscellany #1

Some links for your consideration. Don McCrady published Introducing Shevlin Park–A Proof of Concept C++ AMP Implementation on OpenCL over on the Parallel Programming in Native Code blog. Check out the links to videos, getting started material, and samples. The Reactive Extensions (Rx) is a library for composing asynchronous and event-...
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