design goal is to minimize the amount of code (duplication) necessary to serialize a hierarchy of objects. ideally first class citizens would not require explicit serialization/deserialization functions and adding a new member to a first class citizen should lead to only a single change (adding the member).
2 years ago I went OCD on memcpy/memmove; and wrote over 140 variations (80,000 lines of code) of memmove; testing, disassembling, optimizing and benchmarking them on multiple machines. I never released the article or the code; until now! So I need to do it before I loose my mind!; Author: T. Herselman; Updated: 5 Jul 2016; Section: Libraries; Chapter: Platforms, Frameworks & Libraries; Updated: 5 Jul 2016
The fastest memcpy/memmove? Maybe in some specific cases
Early in my career, a co-worker and I were flown from Memphis to Orlando to try to help end a multi-day outage of our company’s corporate Lotus … (RT @chadfowler: I hope all developers I know read this one: The Magic of strace
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