Tag: cpp

3 Boost C++ libraries you might not know about

If you’re new to C++, you may not know how the Boost libraries have helped prototype many of the features you now take for granted in the standard. Before C++ 11, using the Boost Libraries was a must if you wanted to use shared pointers, static assertions, or even create a thread in a portable […]

Fun with maps in C++

Why does it matter Maps, dictionaries, associative containers… However you name it, maps are omnipresent, but do you know how much the implementation matters? This article will go over what we, at Quasar, learned about maps and hash tables after years of squeezing every little bit of power out of our CPUs. Before we dive […]