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Review your experience with Currenex.
Posted on December 10, 2019December 10, 2019 by LinkedIn pulled a keyword and offered review option to wrong guy… But I have something to say about Currenex though.
Once in a while in past life I developed an automated trading application which run on Currenex FX trading platform.
One of the most eye opening technologies implemented by the platform at that time was… Read the full article Continuous realloc().
Posted on September 29, 2012September 29, 2012 by A colleague raised a question that realloc does better than free + malloc because allocated memory block is never being actually shrunk and reallocations to smaller size following by reallocations to larger (but still not larger than one of the previous) do not lead to heap locks and actual underlying heap memory block reallocations.
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Posted on July 16, 2009July 16, 2009 by Sharing memory allocators between input and output pins is an important concept to keep performance of filter graph.
Unlike more frequent scenario with different allocators, a filter (referred to as “middle filter” below) which has equal media types on input and output pins has an advantage to avoid memory-to-memory copy operation for every frame processed,… Read the full article Ahead Nero’s NeResize DirectShow Filter.
Posted on June 30, 2009May 11, 2010 by Another example of a negligence with a cost of incompatibility and enormous amount of support time.
Ahead Nero installs a number of DirectShow filters into $(Program Files)\Common Files\Ahead\DSFilter directory.

One of the files is and it hosts a Nero Resize filter

Let us take a closer look: CLSID: {30002E0C-C574-481E-A5DE-90AE54A79E10} (note that Nero 8 ships… Read the full article Theme: by Danny Cooper.

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