MemCache++ is a light-weight, type-safe, simple to use and full-featured Memcache client. It was developed by Dean Michael Berris who is a C++ fanatic and currently works at Google Australia. He also is part of the Google delegation to the ISO C++ Committee.
Studying the well-designed libraries is recommended to elevate your C++ design and implementation skills, and the goal of this article is to discover some memcache++ design choices that make it easy to understand and use. Continue reading “Explore the design of a modern C++ library : MemCache++ case study.”
“A picture is worth a thousand words” is an English idiom. It refers to the notion that a complex idea can be conveyed with just a single still image or that an image of a subject conveys its meaning or essence more effectively than a description does.
This idiom could also be applied in software programming. Indeed you can easilly understand a mini project when exploring its source code. However a big project become complex and not easy to understand. In such cases it’s better to visualize the source code using graphs and diagrams to assist the developers understanding the source code. Continue reading “A picture is worth a thousand words: Visualize your C/C++ Projects”