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Posted 16 Apr 2004

Fast, low latency and non-synchronizing trace class

, 16 Apr 2004
An article about a ready to use trace class specialized for multithreaded programming.

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Tim Hagemann
Web Developer
Germany Germany
Being a software developer since 1992, I have seen many different programming languages, operating systems and methodologies.

My primary technical interest are C++ and Windows-Programming, but due to my work as a project manager, I have even seen J2EE.

My everyday work since a couple of years is leading software development teams, mostly in an agile way.

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