Developer point of view
In the previous articles we dealt with memory classification and analysis from an outer point of inflatable water slides view. We saw that memory can be allocated in different ways with various properties. In the remaining articles of the series we will take a developer point of view.
At Intersec we write all of our software in C, which means that we are constantly dealing with memory management. We want our developers to have a aufblasbares zelt solid knowledge of the various existing memory pools. In this article we will have an overview of the main sources of memory available to C programmers on Linux. We will also see some rules of memory management that will help you keep your program correct and efficient.