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C
The Design of LLVM
The New C11 Standard Explored: Part 1
The New C11 Standard Explored: Part 2
The New C11 Standard Explored: Part 3

C++
Extracting Function Parameters and Return Types in C++
Cross-Platform Development with Eclipse CDT
Destructors Considered Harmful
Scope Regions in C++

Pure Nerd Stim
Interview with Ward Cunningham
Booting An Intel Architecture System: Part 1
Booting An Intel Architecture System: Part 2
Voldemort Types in D

Parallel Programming
Linked List Are So Last Century
Herb Sutter's "Welcome to the Parallel Jungle"

Being a Programmer
Dr. Dobb's 2012 Salary Survey
What Makes Great Programmers Different?

Jolt Awards
Coding Tools
Testing Tools
Third-Party Libraries

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