"inter process communication" tag
Concurrency and threads

CodeSport (March 2012)

In this month’s column, we take a quick look at the threading support introduced in the new standard for C++11. One of the major events of 2011 in the programming world was the…

It's concurrent servers time

The Socket API, Part 3: Concurrent Servers

In this part of the series, we will learn how to deal with multiple clients connected to the server. Welcome to another dose of socket programming! Till now, we’ve created servers that are…

Socket programming isn't really that tough

Creating Your Own Server: The Socket API, Part 2

Earlier, we created a simple server and client program using the socket API. This time, we’ll first start with a program, and then explain what’s going on. So start up your systems, and…

Dissecting (Linux) Threads

Light-Weight Processes: Dissecting Linux Threads

This article, aimed at Linux developers and students of computer science, explores the fundamentals of threads and their implementation in Linux with Light-Weight Processes, aiding understanding with a code implementation. Threads are the…

Turbo charge Python apps

Turbo Charge Python Apps with Speed, Part 2

In an earlier article, we tried out some of the tools to turbo-charge mainly CPU-bound Python programs, without modifying the source code too often. Another way to boost run-time performance is to leverage…

D-Bus: The Smart, Simple, Powerful IPC

Let’s learn the intricacies of D-Bus and use it to hack some nifty features into programs.

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