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Code and Graphics is a technical blog about native and graphics programming. Topics focus mostly on C++ and OpenGL. Moreover posts are also related to good development practices, tips, performance optimizations and new coding techniques.

Owner: fenbf

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Language: English

Tags: programming, opengl, graphics, cpp, gamedev

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  • Async Remote Book Review
    on Dec 19, 2016 in books productivity work style
    As you might already know, I work remotely. That’s why I try to follow and read guidelines/articles that relate to that style of working. Recently, I got very curious when I saw a new book called “Async Remote” from the Arkency team. Let’s se...
  • Debugging Tips Extra stuff
    on Dec 12, 2016 in Debugging Visual Studio
    In June I’ve listed 11 tips that can save your time when doing debugging. As it appears, the article wasn’t that horrible :) I got a chance to update the content, extend the text and publish it on Visual Studio Magazine! Instead of original 11,...
  • Please declare your variables as const
    on Dec 5, 2016 in code style Cpp
    I need to confess that for the last few years I’ve been a bit obsessed with the idea of making all variables const. Whenever I declare a variable in a function body, I try to think if I can make it constant. Let me explain why I think you should be...
  • Code And Graphics in Mid 2016
    on Jul 22, 2016 in blogging teaching
    It’s summer! Hmm… actually it’s summer for almost one month now. This time, I don’t want to write about something heavy and related to programming. Let’s make a little summary of the first part of the year.. and also, I have a question to y...
  • 7 books that taugh me how to code
    on Jul 7, 2016 in books learning
    As you might read in my recent post - coding without Google - I’ve started learning to program mostly from books. In the beginning, I read them from cover to cover (assuming I could understand them!) and recreated examples. It was an excellent time...
  • 7 books that taught me how to code
    on Jul 7, 2016 in books learning
    As you might read in my recent post - coding without Google - I’ve started learning to program mostly from books. In the beginning, I read them from cover to cover (assuming I could understand them!) and recreated examples. It was an excellent time...
  • Grammarly Review - grammar for coders
    on Jul 5, 2016 in blogging tools
    Today I’d like to write about a topic that potentially is not much related to the programming: about English Grammar. You may wonder why? There are at least two reasons. The first: it’s possible that from time to time you have not only to write...
  • C++ (Core) Coding Guidelines
    on Jun 23, 2016 in code style Cpp languages
    Since 2011, when C++11 arrived, we all should be changing our coding style into modern C++ and at the same time keep good old tips. There are also general rules for programming and bug-free coding. Here’s a list of guidelines and other resources th...
  • 11 Debugging Tips That Will Save Your TimeProgramming is not only typing the code and happily see how smoothly it runs. Often it doesn’t run in a way we imagine! Thus, it’s crucial to debug apps effectively. And, it appears that the debugging is an art on its own! Here’s my list of tip...
  • Coding without Google
    on May 26, 2016 in books productivity work style
    Some time ago an intriguing article appeared on reddit: “Do Experienced Programmers Use Google Frequently?”. The author discussed if expert programmers use google more often than novice coders. He mentioned than using google is actually a good th...
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