Month: December 2017

CppCon 2017: John Lakos “Local (‘Arena’) Memory Allocators (part 2 of 2)”

– All right, and with that we’re going to get started, as promised. So, roadmapping the benchmarks. We wanted to explore each dimension to observe its affects on optimal memory allocation. Our first thought was to create a single benchmark that spans all five dimensions, find the centroid, vary the arguments along each dimension separately,

Eidetica imaginária

Align:start [Music] in the daytime she’s aware that everyone else is there and if you spoke to us she wouldn’t see you whereas night is like you don’t exist [Music] I’ll ask her questions and I trying to work out what she’s doing but the very strange things that she’s doing and she doesn’t very

Muscle Memory Explained

You’re motivated, you workout, you work hard, and six months later you’re twice as strong as before and looking better than ever. And then, BAM! you get hit with an injury, or get busy with work, or even just lose motivation and you stop working out for three months. You lose all the results you

Experimental Drug Could Boost Memory

In Alzheimer’s treatment, an experimental drug is now offering some exciting possibilities. I’m Gabe Garza with your latest health news. A new drug designed to improve memory and cognition has now entered phase 1 clinical trials, reports the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The compound, BPN14770, was developed by an NIH program created to help

APM Weddings

Hi, I’m Dave Soucy. And I’m his Wife Shelby Soucy. And this is A Photographic Memory. A photographic memory when you never want to forget. Dave Soucy has been shooting weddings for over 25 years and in that time he’s put together an award winning team of highly skilled photographers. And everyone of our wedding