Destroy All Values: Designing Deinitialization in Programming Languages

Tricking Postgres into using an insane – but 200x faster – query plan

Improving Output Iterators

Issue #165

2/8/2022

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Destroy All Values: Designing Deinitialization in Programming Languages

Published: 23 January 2022
Tags: language design


Aria Beingessner does a thorough deep-dive on heap de-allocation.


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Tricking Postgres into using an insane – but 200x faster – query plan

Published: 30 December 2021
Tags: postgres


Jacob Martin demonstrates how you can analyze a postgres query plan to optimize parts of it. Is this recommended in most cases? Definitely not.


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Improving Output Iterators

Published: 6 February 2022
Tags: cpp, d


Barry Revzin proposes an improved API for output iterators in C++, by iterating on the way they're implemented in D.


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