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What a C programmer should know about memory – Marek Vavrusa
In 2007, Ulrich Drepper wrote a “What every programmer should know about memory”. Yes, it's a wee bit long-winded, but it's worth its salt. Many years and “every programmer should know about” articles later, the concept of virtual memory is still elusive to many, as if it was ... a kind of magic. Awww, I couldn't resist the reference.
c  memory  stack  heap  compareandset  5* 
march 2015 by ianweatherhogg
Lock-free Data Structures. Basics: Atomicity and Atomic Primitives / C++ / Kukuruku / Technology Hub
Lock-free data structures are based on two things – atomic operations and methods of memory access regulation. In this article
cpp  lock  free  data  structure  compareandset  atomic  thread  concurrency  5* 
may 2014 by ianweatherhogg
An Introduction to Lock-Free Programming
Lock-free programming is a challenge, not just because of the complexity of the task itself, but because of how difficult it can be to penetrate the …
lock  free  algorithm  compareandset  memory  order  cpp  5* 
february 2014 by ianweatherhogg

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