I recently gave a talk about Loci, that gives a quick insight into what the language offers.
In the header stdint.h you can find a bunch of fixed size types, signed and unsigned, from 8 bits up to 64 bits. Their names are int8_t, uint8_t, int16_t, uint16_t etc. where the number clearly indicates the number of bits. These types are designed to solve the problem that the normal primitive types (char, short,…
I’ve started a website for a campaign to bring superfast internet to my local village. It’s a new (and quite different) project for me… Feel free to contact me if you’re interested (e.g. you’re looking to start your own local campaign).
I recently gave a talk on ‘Concurrent Programming’, for which the slides can be found here. The abstract for the talk was: In this talk I’ll discuss the fundamental problems facing the development of concurrent applications and common approaches that aim to solve them. I’ll propose a solution that is based on the best of…
As I’ve been programming OpenP2P, I’ve iterated over a few styles of programming – a process which consumed a lot of time, but taught me a lot. Originally, I built OpenP2P on top of boost::asio to make use of its asynchronous features, which I had supposed would make my programming life easier, as well providing…