bamboon

Zürich, Switzerland

Age: 23

I am a Master student in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.
My main interest is in programming and software development.

Language-wise I love C++ and python. My favorite topics are in the areas of multithreading and networking. Recently, I start to enjoy Erlang.

I am a big fan of open-source software, you can find my code repository on Github and my resume here.

Think Big, Stephan

Current projects:

  • twistedcpp : Porting twisted to C++
  • dict : Cache friendly open addressed alternative to std::unordered_map
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comment Unable to select the golang sdk in Intellij IDE
If you are not using the latest alpha versions from here then I would recommend you to try that. Also, try to use the path /YOUR_PATH/libexec.
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comment Why will decimal128 be probably standardized and quad precision will not?
groups.google.com/a/isocpp.org/forum/#!forum/std-proposals
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awarded Nice Question
Dec
18
revised Parallel Quicksort
Unified post after mod removal frenzy
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revised Passing increment/decrement operator to a function
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answered Passing increment/decrement operator to a function
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awarded Guru
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comment Can't pass temporary object as reference
possible duplicate of Invalid initialization of non-const reference of type
Dec
12
awarded Nice Question
Dec
11
revised Is there a safe way to call wait() on std::future?
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comment Is there a safe way to call wait() on std::future?
@NorbertBérci Yes, that's a problem as get is modifying. However, without further code I don't see the sense in that kind of usage.
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revised Is there a safe way to call wait() on std::future?
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revised Is there a safe way to call wait() on std::future?
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11
answered Is there a safe way to call wait() on std::future?
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comment Function to bind member functions to object instances in C++
Mabye I am missing something but with std::bind you don't need std::mem_fn.
Dec
7
comment C++ casablanca vs Mozilla NSPR vs Facebook folly
A cross-platform library for what?
Dec
5
comment Why is Valgrind saying killed 9 for a very simple program?
Valgrind support on MAC OSX is very bad in general.
Dec
4
comment Why are some threads deferred?
How many cores/SMT threads does your test machine have?
Dec
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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Nice Answer
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