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codeslinger / CircularFIFO.h
Created Jan 3, 2016
SPMC ring buffer implementation in C++ from DKit
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* CircularFIFO.h - this file defines the template class for a single-producer,
* multi-consumer, circular FIFO queue with a size initially
* specified in the definition of the instance. This queue
* is completely thread-safe so long as there is ONE and ONLY
* ONE thread placing elements into this container, and there
* can be as many as necessary remobing them from the queue.
* The syntax is very simple - push() will push an element,
* returning 'true' if there is room, and the value has been
* placed in the queue.
codeslinger /
Created Nov 8, 2015 — forked from Dr-Nikson/
Auth example (react + redux + react-router)
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git rebase --interactive --autosquash \
$(git merge-base $(git symbolic-ref --short HEAD) master)
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General key themes:

  • Hiring is really hard. You’re not just hiring a “Rails Engineer” or a “Python Programmer” you’re hiring someone who can help you change the world. Tell them why! Talk about the hard problems you’re solving. 2/3 of these talks give ideas and insight into hiring from sourcing to actual interview processes.

  • Rewriting systems is hard. People think they are going to replace their broken down horse and buggie with a bullet train and this often ends up in disaster. Successful rewrites require an incremental approach that takes months/years and often runs way over schedule. 2/3 of these talks go over how to handle rewrites not only from a high level technical perspective but a cultural/management perspective as well.

Two Developers, Many Lines of Code, and A Campaign that Made History

Harper Reed (CTO of Obama for America, now CEO of Modest) and Dylan Richard (Director of Eng of Obama for America, now CTO of Modest)

codeslinger / compile.txt
Last active Aug 29, 2015
Multiple consumers each consuming all of the queue items
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Compile with: gcc -g -std=c99 -Wall -Werror test-vrt-mc.c -o test-vrt-mc -lvrt -lcork -lpthread
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* GOZORK Text Adventure Game
* by apoc <>
* Inspired by the infamous beginning of Zork I.
* Reading the source will obviously spoil the game.
* The goal is to somehow kill the troll.
* Oh yeah and: This is my first GO program! Which would be
* my perfect excuse for the bad code quality1!
* Here is a solution/transcript:
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/* showif.c : PUBLIC DOMAIN - Jon Mayo - August 22, 2006
* - You may remove any comments you wish, modify this code any way you wish,
* and distribute any way you wish.*/
/* finds all network interfaces and shows a little information about them.
* some operating systems list interfaces multiple times because of different
* flags, modes, etc. if you want to use this code you should be aware that
* duplicate interfaces is a possibility */
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# HubCrypt
# ========
# Decrypt a file encrypted using hubencrypt (ok, it's just openssl + rsautl +
# your SSH keys). It needs the private key that matches your last public key
# listed at<user>.keys
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package main
import (
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