Herb Sutter

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Publications Guest Editorial: It's (Not) All Been Done,Dr. Dobb's Journal, 31(9), September 2006. Have you ever felt that all the cool stuff was already done back in the 1950s and 1960s, back when electronic computers were new? All the cool new toys of the past decade were invented then, including garbage collection (1958), objects (1967), and generic types (1967). Publications
Sutter’s Mill Blog This GotW was written to answer a set of related frequently asked questions. So here’s a mini-FAQ on “thread safety and synchronization in a nutshell,” and the points we’ll cover apply to thread safety and synchronization in pretty much any mainstream language. JG Questions 1. What is a race condition, and how serious is it? Sutter’s Mill Blog
Herb Sutter C++ and Beyond 2011 August 7-10, 2011 Banff, Alberta, Canada A followup to last fall's sold-out event with Scott Meyers and Andrei Alexandrescu. I'll be giving all new talks debuting at C&B, which will appear here soon. For now, let me just guarantee that they'll focus on high performance material you've never seen before, and exquisitely Exceptional C++0x... Machine Architecture: Things Your Programming Language Never Told You (Google video) (pdf slides)September 19, 2007Northwest C++ Users Group, Seattle, Washington, USA Herb Sutter