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0:00neo Mythical giant bird
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0:00neo Mythical giant bird
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0:00neo Mythical giant bird
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0:18danbokser If you want to use a simple bump allocator for short-lifetime objects and an arena allocator for longer-lifetime objects, is there a good way to do this when defining the platform?
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0:18danbokser If you want to use a simple bump allocator for short-lifetime objects and an arena allocator for longer-lifetime objects, is there a good way to do this when defining the platform?
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0:18danbokser If you want to use a simple bump allocator for short-lifetime objects and an arena allocator for longer-lifetime objects, is there a good way to do this when defining the platform?
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1:44marler8997 Can you elaborate on how in-place mutation optimizations work?
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1:44marler8997 Can you elaborate on how in-place mutation optimizations work?
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1:44marler8997 Can you elaborate on how in-place mutation optimizations work?
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3:12bren077s Go's compiler used to be faster, but features and bug fixes have slowed it down a good bit. Also the runtime has a large overhead
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3:12bren077s Go's compiler used to be faster, but features and bug fixes have slowed it down a good bit. Also the runtime has a large overhead
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3:12bren077s Go's compiler used to be faster, but features and bug fixes have slowed it down a good bit. Also the runtime has a large overhead
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3:22frantic How easy is it to use multithreading?
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3:22frantic How easy is it to use multithreading?
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3:22frantic How easy is it to use multithreading?
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3:42bvisness How much does the API of a Roc platform affect the design of the high-level language? It looks to me like a platform could just as easily be used by an imperative language too
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3:42bvisness How much does the API of a Roc platform affect the design of the high-level language? It looks to me like a platform could just as easily be used by an imperative language too
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3:42bvisness How much does the API of a Roc platform affect the design of the high-level language? It looks to me like a platform could just as easily be used by an imperative language too
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4:20klacansky When you compile to C, how do you handle the overflow? Is there some specific function you call that panics internally?
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4:20klacansky When you compile to C, how do you handle the overflow? Is there some specific function you call that panics internally?
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4:20klacansky When you compile to C, how do you handle the overflow? Is there some specific function you call that panics internally?
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