Git guides to be read some day.
I had to make a patch to convert Unicode chars to code points and it turned
out to be a fun exercise.Here are the links which helped me in
understanding Unicode and its conversion algo.
Some nice general code optimisations tips from SE.
http://www.unknownroad.com/rtfm/gdbtut/gdbtoc.html has an awesome GDB
Its short and sweet.
So here it’s filed in my LinksList.
The article answers the above question :
Just to abstract
The authors examined the high points of the careers of both great inventors
and Nobel-Prize winning scientists, and they found that the late 30s were
the sweet spot for strokes of genius
There is an Indian equivalent of MIT Open Courseware, namely NPTEL ( National Programme on Technology Enhanced
Learning ). This site has some great e-learning resouces, with lectures
videos. Some of the videos are really informative. Though not as clear as
expected. But still a great start.
Here is the link for the list of courses:
This is the git command I learned today.I had wrongly set a wrong email id
and user name for the git repo being used. Today I noticed the same and got
to removing these entries. So here is a list of the various userful
git config commands I learnt today.
Code optimization by using GCC options is the oldest trick programmer’s
fallback to whenever the program size or speed improvements are expected.
I was also in search of some easy gains in speed & size. Hence started the
research to understand the various GCC options for compile time
I have been checking out various means to add compiler options while using
the CMake build system. This was not so obvious to me when going through
all the .cmake files in my huge project. So after searching a bit the
following is the way to add custom compiler flags to cmake builds: