Many Boost.Filesystem functions and methods (and the pattern also exists in Boost.Asio) will throw a boost::system::error_code in case of error, and sometimes it is not as obvious as you might expect, case in point:Read More
Precision is costly - As you saw in our previous post getting a timestamp as precise as possible is expensive in precious cycles. We do it only when we really need it because we really care about writing the world fastest database.Read More
> The issue described in this post has been fixed in quasardb 1.0.1 released today. We strongly encourage our customers to upgrade their clusters. This issue can cause a denial of service if an attacker has access to the network where your quasardb cluster is installed.Read More
My "Scaling with C++ 11" talk is online.
It's really great to see yourself in video because everything bad about your presentation becomes obvious. I already have a lot of ideas to improve this one and I hope I can deliver something much better at Meeting C++. I hope to see you there!Read More
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We use Boost.Spirit for all our parsing and generation. What I mean by that is that when you have to parse input or generate output, we don’t use std::stringstream, we don’t use the C libraries and we definitely don’t write custom parsers or generators.Read More