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1. Why most programming language performance comparisons are most likely wrong (nibblestew.blogspot.com)
42 points by Sindisil 3 months ago | past | 46 comments
2. Constexpr is a Platform (2020) (foonathan.net)
101 points by Sindisil 3 months ago | past | 53 comments
3. Revisiting Prechelt’s paper comparing Java, Lisp, C/C++ & scripting languages (athaydes.com)
6 points by Sindisil 4 months ago | past | 1 comment
4. Why most programming language performance comparisons are most likely wrong (nibblestew.blogspot.com)
1 point by Sindisil 10 months ago | past
5. `Constexpr` Is a Platform (2020) (foonathan.net)
1 point by Sindisil on Oct 19, 2020 | past
6. Closing the Gap Between Rust and C++ Using Principles of Static Analysis (youtube.com)
1 point by Sindisil on Oct 5, 2020 | past
7. Your Language Sucks, It Doesn’t Matter (matklad.github.io)
61 points by Sindisil on Sept 14, 2020 | past | 59 comments
8. P2137R0 Goals and Priorities for C++ (open-std.org)
3 points by Sindisil on March 24, 2020 | past
9. Pay No Attention to That Man Behind the Curtain (oracle.com)
3 points by Sindisil on March 11, 2020 | past
10. TCMalloc: Thread-Caching Malloc (google.github.io)
6 points by Sindisil on Feb 12, 2020 | past
11. Collating Hacked Data Sets (schneier.com)
1 point by Sindisil on Jan 30, 2020 | past
12. High performance at low cost – choose the best JVM [and GC] for your needs (oio.de)
16 points by Sindisil on Jan 27, 2020 | past
13. IBM Stops Work on Server-Side Swift (i-programmer.info)
1 point by Sindisil on Jan 7, 2020 | past
14. Anybody who writes pragma pack(1) may as well just wear an “I hate RISC” sign (microsoft.com)
3 points by Sindisil on Jan 3, 2020 | past
15. JVM Garbage Collectors Benchmarks Report (ionutbalosin.com)
119 points by Sindisil on Dec 15, 2019 | past | 37 comments
16. How does the default hashCode() work? (2017) (srvaroa.github.io)
1 point by Sindisil on Dec 4, 2019 | past
17. Better computational complexity does not imply better speed (lemire.me)
2 points by Sindisil on Nov 26, 2019 | past
18. OpenJDK Startup – Late 2019 Edition (cl4es.github.io)
2 points by Sindisil on Nov 20, 2019 | past
19. SE research is starting to become serious (coding-guidelines.com)
2 points by Sindisil on Nov 20, 2019 | past
20. On the Impact of Programming Languages on Code Quality [pdf] (janvitek.org)
4 points by Sindisil on Nov 12, 2019 | past
21. Safe browsing fails to protect user privacy (trailofbits.com)
2 points by Sindisil on Oct 30, 2019 | past
22. How to Use Loop Blocking to Optimize Memory Use on 32-Bit Intel Architecture (intel.com)
1 point by Sindisil on Oct 25, 2019 | past
23. Verb-Noun vs. Noun-Verb (simblob.blogspot.com)
282 points by Sindisil on Oct 16, 2019 | past | 157 comments
24. You definitely should polish and update your game (positech.co.uk)
1 point by Sindisil on Oct 13, 2019 | past
25. Verb-Noun vs. Noun-Verb (simblob.blogspot.com)
1 point by Sindisil on Oct 12, 2019 | past
26. A high-speed network driver written in C, Rust, Go, C#, Java (github.com/ixy-languages)
444 points by Sindisil on Sept 11, 2019 | past | 163 comments
27. Project Valhalla Eclairs (marxsoftware.blogspot.com)
1 point by Sindisil on Aug 8, 2019 | past
28. Types or Tests: Why Not Both? (t.cohttps)
1 point by Sindisil on July 29, 2019 | past
29. Free supported Java in SQL Server 2019 is now available (microsoft.com)
3 points by Sindisil on July 25, 2019 | past
30. Equifax to pay up to $700M in data breach settlement (mprnews.org)
3 points by Sindisil on July 22, 2019 | past

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