In Cyril's blog he uses some bindless buffer extensions from NVidia. In my implementation I use Image Load Store. (Cyril also had an implementation for this). I also swapped out an Atomic Counter for one of Cyril's bindless buffers. Allowing me to be independent of NVidia extensions (despite how cool bindless buffers are).
While I was basically re-implementing what Cyril had in his blog I learned a lot and it was a lot of fun. I don't know how efficient it is, my 770 GTX sometimes stutters when I fill up the screen with too many layers. But I am running a debug build with lots of checks and outputs so it's hard to tell what the source of lag is.
I paired the transparency stuff with tiled forward shading so I can evaluate many lights in a scene with transparent geometry. I haven't done much bench marking or optimization work. However, I was happy it functioned and thought it was worth a share.
However glass just doesn't look quite right without some refraction. And the table's texture is horrendous that close to the camera.