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Parallel Lint

Understand the new direction in development of static code analyzers - verification of parallel programs. The article reviews several static analyzers which can claim to be called "Parallel Lint".

Seven Steps of Migrating a Program to a 64-bit System

The article describes the main steps which should be performed to correctly port 32-bit Windows applications on 64-bit Windows systems. Although the article is meant for developers using C/C++ in Visual Studio 2005/2008 environment, it will be also useful for other developers who plan to port their applications on 64-bit systems.

AMD64 (EM64T) Architecture

Discover the AMD64 architecture and its implementation EM64T by Intel.

Optimizing 64-Bit Programs

Discover some ways to increase the performance of 64-bit Windows applications.

32 OpenMP Traps for C++ Developers

Pursue a description of a number of parallel code errors that lead to incorrect behavior of parallel programs created with OpenMP.

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