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December 2014

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☑ Netflix Neutrality

Well, after almost a year’s downtime I’ve finally found time to get my blog up and running again and even actually write an entry. Spurred by articles on Netflix’s rampant traffic growth last month, I’ve decided to lay down my thoughts on the related topic of Net Neutrality, which may be somewhat at odds with many in the technology community. This is a fairly old topic these days, but one that I think will be relevant for some time to come yet.

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19 Dec 2014 at 7:49AM in Software
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January 2014

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☑ C++11: Other language changes

I’ve finally started to look into the new features in C++11 and I thought it would be useful to jot down the highlights, for myself or anyone else who’s curious. Since there’s a lot of ground to cover, I’m going to look at each item in its own post — this one covers a miscellaneous set of language improvements which I haven’t yet discussed.

This is the 6th of the 8 articles that currently make up the “C++11 Features” series, the first of which was C++11: Move Semantics. This article was preceded by C++11: Template changes.

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19 Jan 2014 at 11:09PM in Software
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