Single producer single consumer optimizations

The producer-consumer relationship is one of the most fundamental cooperation patterns. Some components produce values, issues requests and some consume/handle them. Depending on the number of components at the end of this dependency it's called 'single/multi producer single/multi consumer' relationship. It's important to make this choice explicit, because as with every explicit choice, it enables … Continue reading Single producer single consumer optimizations

False sharing is dead, long live the Padded

False sharing is a common problem of multithreaded applications in .NET. If you allocate objects in/for different threads, they may land on the same cache line impacting the performance, limiting gains from scaling your app on a single machine. Unfortunately, because of the multithreaded nature of the RampUp library it's been suffering from the same … Continue reading False sharing is dead, long live the Padded