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Semi-automatic Weapons
Description : Automating work can save time and avoid mistakes. But Frances Buontempo doesn’t think you should script everything. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #128 - August 2015 | Journal Editorial ]
Multi-threading at Business-logic Level is Considered Harmful
Description : Multi-threaded code promises potential speed-up. Sergey Ignatchenko considers how it often slows things down instead. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Overload Journal #128 - August 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Two Daemons
Description : Most people have come across C++11’s forwarding references. Dietmar Kühl explains what && really means. by Dietmar Kühl
Category: [ Overload Journal #128 - August 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Don’t Design for Performance Until It’s Too Late
Description : People claim optimisation can cause unreadable code. Andy Balaam argues good performance should be at the core of code design. by Andy Balaam
Category: [ Overload Journal #128 - August 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Template Programming Compile Time String Functions
Description : Practising old exercises in new ways can keep you sharp. Nick Weatherhead demonstrates some well-known code katas using C++ compile time tricks. by Nick Weatherhead
Category: [ Overload Journal #128 - August 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Numbers in JavaScript
Description : JavaScript floating point numbers can confuse C++ programmers. Anthony Williams draws our attention to some surprising behaviour.
Category: [ Overload Journal #128 - August 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Dictionary and Thesaurus
Description : Chris Oldwood finds surprising similarities in prose and code. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Professionalism in Programming, from CVu journal ]
Coding Dinosaurs
Description : Pete Goodliffe aims to outlive the jurassic coding age. by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Professionalism in Programming, from CVu journal ]
Are we nearly there yet? Refactoring C++
Description : Alan Griffiths evaluates two tools for developers with some simple use-cases. by Alan Griffiths
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Golang programming on AppEngine
Description : Silas S. Brown tries his hand at writing native code for the Cloud. by Silas S. Brown
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Programming Topics ]
EuroLLVM Conference 2015
Description : Ralph McArdell reports on his experience of the LLVM Conference. by Ralph McArdell
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Professionalism in Programming, from CVu journal ]
Code Club
Description : Steve Folly shares his experiences with volunteering and teaching children coding. by Steve Folly
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Professionalism in Programming, from CVu journal ]
Split and Merge Revisited
Description : Vassili Kaplan makes improvements to the Expression Parser. by Vassili Kaplan
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Anthony Williams: An Interview
Description : Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. by Emyr Williams
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 ]
Code Critique Competition 94
Description : Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. by Roger Orr
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 | Student Code Critiques from CVu journal. ]
Book reviews
by Various authors
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #3 - July 2015 ]
Editorial: A little more conversation, a little less action
Description : A tension exists between talking and doing. Frances Buontempo wonders which matters more. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #127 - June 2015 | Journal Editorial ]
Meet the Social Side of Your Codebase
Description : Programming requires collaboration. Adam Tornhill suggests some ways to uncover communication paths in your organisation. by Adam Tornhill
Category: [ Overload Journal #127 - June 2015 | Programming Topics ]
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