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Some challenges demand the top performance of a native application designed to live in symbiosis with its operating system. 

Spiria has vast experience creating robust professional software for Windows, macOS and Linux. When clients need software to execute complex algorithms, meet complex functional challenges beyond the capabilities of a web application, or interact heavily with the hardware interface, Spiria develops durable custom desktop apps that can go the distance. We have supported the needs of major players in the software industry by developing desktop applications built of mature, solid foundations, capable of sophisticated functions including seamless video processing and 2D/3D rendering. 

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Our Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto-based teams (comprising software architects, engineers, C/C++, C# and .NET developers, interface design experts and QA analysts) masterfully execute each stage of the app building process. From strategy, prototyping, interface design, and Agile development, to quality assurance, testing and deployment, and maintenance, support and post-launch evolutions, Spiria is with you all the way.

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When creators think up a new product, they often include a thousand and one features to make it engaging and totally unique. Unfortunately, the resulting beast is often huge and unwieldy.

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Solving the problems with the “futures” in C++

Today’s high core-count processors require parallel algorithms for programs to run fast. To achieve this, asynchronization and future values are not a reliable solution.

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Multithread Wrap

One of the challenges of writing multithreaded code is that it is often necessary to share data that was not designed to be used by multiple threads at the same time. In this blog post, I want to show two approaches to protect such data: duplication and wrap.

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