mechanical-sympathy

Welcome to the Mechanical Sympathy group.  This group is for discussing how to code sympathetically to and measure the underlying stack/platform so good performance can be extracted.

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QSBR Francesco Nigro 9:31 AM
Weird behaviour in C++ OneToOneConcurrentArrayQueue Dominik Konik 7/26/16
Maximizing inter-core memory bandwidth/minimizing latency in Broadwell Xeon v4? Simon Thornington 7/25/16
How does the jsr 133 enforce the Java memory model David Wales 7/18/16
High Performance Self Starter Curriculum Sean T Allen 7/18/16
How to get better at Mechanical Sympathy? Smit Shah 7/14/16
Making sense of Memory Barriers Dain Ironfoot 7/10/16
Can Aeron UDP totally replace TCP for communication? Gazit Gu 6/30/16
JIT compiler monitoring/tuning Brian Toal 6/22/16
Theoretical lowest latency across same socket André Monteiro 6/16/16
Latency induced by support processes Avi Kivity 6/13/16
Question on consuming queues Alexandru Nedelcu 6/9/16
Garbage-free Log4j docs preview Remko Popma 6/7/16
Mechanical sympathy in scripting languages? William Pietri 6/4/16
synchronizing between java and native threads ymo 6/4/16
Malloc After Greg Young 5/20/16
More detail on outliers with HdrHistogram Richard Cole 5/18/16
Mpsc ringbuffer Agrona Francesco Nigro 5/18/16
Scripting Java Mission Control.. Kevin Burton 5/15/16
hdrHistogram usage example Vero K. 5/4/16
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