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TAU – Tuning and Analysis Utilities, are a set of tools for profiling and tracing applications written in C/C++, Java, Fortran or Python.
Intel Performance Tuning Utility, yet another tool for profiling code specifically targeting the x86, x86-64 and ia64 architectures based on Intel VTune.
GHDL, is an open source VHDL simulator.
ROCCC, provides an open source C to VHDL compiler which integrates with Eclipse.
John Kent’s VHDL FPGA Projects, has several good links on FPGAs and is a good starting place if you want to learn more about this particular subject.
Genode, an operating system framework based on the L4 microkernel architecture capable of running a plethora of kernels.
Programming from the Ground Up, is a nice little free book detailing all the basics of programming. Highly recommended for any aspiring software engineer.
Ghosts of Unix Past: a historical search for design patterns, a historical walk through memory design patterns lane.
Introduction to OpenCL, seeing how OpenCL has already picked up a lot of traction already this introduction might be posted a bit late but to the uninitiated it might prove useful.
Throwing Destructors, throwing from a C++ destructor is generally thought of as a big no-no and this article discusses all the issues related to it and suggests a couple of solutions. An interesting read!