Matt Strassler on Hunting for the Higgs

Faster than the speed of light?

CPU - branch prediction

Duff's device

Heterogeneous Computing and C++ AMP

Neutrinos faster than light?

SN 1987A

Tau neutrino

Szyfrowanie SSL/TLS 1.0 złamane — koniec poufności w internecie?

A Parallel Programming with Microsoft Visual C++

Cracking the Scratch Lottery Code

C and C++ Arrays on Stack and Heap

All about 64-bit programming in one place


The Real Life Social Network


Create projects easily with private MFC, ATL and CRT assemblies

And optionally:

Batsuit :)

Design for Performance

Design for Performance

C++/aliasing/__restrict/cache misses - Ericson Memory Optimization

Fermilab Particle Discovery Could Lead to New Physics,2817,2383252,00.asp

IBM's Watson supercomputer destroys all humans in Jeopardy

Enumerating GDI Objects

GDIView is a unique tool that displays the list of GDI handles (brushes, pens, fonts, bitmaps, and others) opened by every process. It displays the total count for each type of GDI handle, as well as detailed information about each handle.
This tool can be useful for developers that need to trace GDI resources leak in their software.

For Windows 95

Resource Leaks: Detecting, Locating, and Repairing Your Leaky GDI Code

For Windows >XP

In a previous article, the author devised a simple method to detect Graphical Device Interface (GDI) objects that are not properly released by Win32-based applications on Windows 9x platforms. Because some newer versions of Windows require a slightly different approach to GDI leaks, the author has updated his techniques for those operating systems. He builds and explains two tools designed to detect and eradicate GDI leaks in applications running on Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows NT.

Pushing the Limits of Windows: USER and GDI Objects


Herb Sutter and Erik Meijer - Perspectives on C++

Tomasz Kulig