Later on he got a BSc Comp Sci from the University of Waikato, but thankfully it did not prove to be terminal.
His interests lie in creating cache-efficient structures for C++ software development as well as practical numeric patterns.
Current projects include a cache-efficient implementation of the well-known “linked-list” structure, a higher-performance stack implementation, and a container called “Colony”. He has spoken at CPPCon, the world’s largest C++ convention (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wBER1R8YyGY) and is an active member of the SG14 working group.
You can find Matt’s PLF C++ library modules here: http://plflib.org/
Contact Matt at email@example.com