Looking at c for better closures in c++

Note: before we begin, finding a name for this post was really hard! In this post I’m going to touch on a c++-technique to handle callbacks that I have not seen written about before and that many of my colleagues hadn’t seen before either. Probably it’s not something new and some of you will probably just say “yeah yeah, nothing new under the sun” but it’s probably worth a few words!

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Swapping memory and compiler optimizations

During my vacation for the holidays I thought that maybe I wanted some smaller project that you could fit in together with “family life” (not the easiest of endeavour!) and I got to think about some old code that I had laying about in my own little game-engine that I have thought about making public for a while. I thought it might be useful for someone else and maybe just doing some optimization work on it might be a fun little distraction!

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A Zig Diary

As it turned out I happened to help out with fixing a space to host a zig meetup here in Stockholm at the place where I work. However I haven’t written a single line of zig in my life… I felt that it might be worth doing something about that :D If you don’t know, zig is a new systems programming language! I have found zig quite intriguing for a while now but I haven’t had the time to look into it so this sounded like an as good excuse as any!

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