Why you should upgrade to VMware Workstation 7 Software companies release upgrades, it's a fact of technology life. Sometimes the older version works just fine, other times upgrading can provide benefits that are more than worth the upgrade. Upgrading to Workstation 7 offers both increased performance and Windows 7 support, both of which are lacking in Workstation 6.
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Optimization of applications should not be a final step in project development, but rather an ongoing design philosophy that begins from the planning stages all the way through completion. By thinking about the optimal algorithms and data structure designs early on, greater performance benefits can be realized with less work by the time the product is mature. But, getting into this mindset requires being aware of everything from computational complexity of algorithms, to the data structure design and implementation, and the proper use of parallelization. Designing for performance with software optimization
A new approach to improving system performance Speed is a key element in most every electronic design. Whether engineers are creating complex image processing applications or designing systems that extend battery life by working swiftly before returning to sleep mode, speed is a critical factor in a product's success. Though hardware usually gets first consideration when design teams look for ways to improve speed, that's not usually the most effective path. It's fairly straightforward to run the features and functions of a product faster without making any hardware changes.
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In C and C++, it can be very convenient to allocate and de-allocate blocks of memory as and when needed. This is certainly standard practice in both languages and almost unavoidable in C++. However, the handling of such dynamic memory can be problematic and inefficient. For desktop applications, where memory is freely available, these difficulties can be ignored. For embedded - generally real time - applications, ignoring the issue is not an option. Deterministic dynamic memory allocation & fragmentation in C & C
Six Rules for Writing Clean Code As embedded systems developers, many of us are veterans of multiple programming courses. In college, we received instruction on a vast assortment of different algorithms and data structures. Most of us were also taught the semantics of at least one high-level programming language.
Saving space with Pointer-less C This unusual and creative approach to standard C programming can save space and time in your design without losing C's efficiency. A clever piece for all embedded systems programmers. In C and C++ programming, pointers are used very frequently. Indeed, pointers and their applications are one of the most important features in C/C++ because they bring great efficiency, flexibility, and utility to the language.
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