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Posted 31 May 2011

Using Patterns to Reduce Compilation Dependencies in Large Scale C++ Project: Factory Pattern

, 31 May 2011
A discussion of some techniques which are useful to minimize the compilation time during development
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Zeeshan Amjad
Software Developer (Senior) Bloomberg LP
United States United States
Working as a Sr C++ Developer at Bloomberg LP

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