CppCon 2016: Practical Performance Practices—Jason Turner

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Practical Performance Practices

by Jason Turner

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Summary of the talk:

In the past 6 years ChaiScript's performance has been improved by nearly 100x. This was not accomplished by adding a virtual machine or performing dynamic recompilation. Instead, these increases have been accomplished by moving to more simple, cleaner, idiomatic C++ and by following some simple rules. We will outline these concepts with examples for how they both simplified code while improving performance.

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