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Learn C++ With Embedded: Customizing Dynamic Memory Management in C++ by Ben Saks (CPPCon 2020) Videos

For several common programming problems, Dynamic Memory Allocation is a normal solution. New-expressions in C++ places dynamic memory through a function called operator new. However, too many resource-stricted systems fully ignore the use of new-expressions for customization, which is unfortunate because it has been developed for such purposes. This talk demonstrates how tailored dynamic memory managers can be introduced for use in resource-restricted systems.

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