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Editorial: FUD – Fear, uncertainty and doubt
Description : Sometimes programming is neither an engineering discipline nor a science. Frances Buontempo considers when it slips into the numinous realm. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 | Journal Editorial ]
Best Practices vs Witch Hunts
Description : Best practices can be a Good Thing. Sergey Ignatchenko considers when they can turn into Really Bad Things. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Making a Tool of Deception
Description : Is it possible to use modern C++ to make mocking easy? Björn Fahller introduces Trompeloeil, a header-only mocking framework for C++14. by Björn Fahller
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Modern C++ Testing
Description : Various C++ testing framework exist. Phil Nash compares CATCH with the competition. by Phil Nash
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 | Programming Topics ]
I Like Whitespace
Description : Programming style can cause endless arguments. Bob Schmidt shares why he thinks whitespace matters. by Bob Schmidt
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Faking C Function with fff.h
Description : Faking functions for testing in C can ease testing. Mike Long overviews a micro-framework for mocking. by Mike Long
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 | Programming Topics ]
How to Write an Article
Description : Submitting an article for publication might seem difficult. Frances Buontempo explains how easy it is. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #125 - February 2015 ]
Simplicity Through Immutability
Description : Chris Oldwood considers the benefits of unchangeable data. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Advice for the Young at Heart
Description : Pete Goodliffe offers sage advice, and asks you to do the same. by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Delayed Copy Pattern
Description : Vassili Kaplan presents some techniques for making efficient use of the STL containers in C++. by Vassili Kaplan
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Const and Concurrency (part 2)
Description : Ralph McArdell continues musing on comments to Herb Sutter’s updated GotW #6b solution.

by Ralph McArdell
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 | Programming Topics ]
Standards Report
Description : Mark Radford brings the latest news from C++ Standardisation. by Mark Radford
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 | Process Topics ]
From the Coal Face
Description : Ian Bruntlett shares his experiences: not salaried because of mental ill-health, but still working and learning. by Ian Bruntlett
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 ]
Code Critique Competition 91
Description : Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. by Roger Orr
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 ]
Scott Meyers: An Interview
Description : Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming.

by Emyr Williams
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 26, #6 - January 2015 ]
Ruminations on Self Employment and Running a Business
Description : Being self-employed has pros and cons. Bob Schmidt reviews what he has learnt about running your own business. by Bob Schmidt
Category: [ Overload Journal #124 - December 2014 | Project Management ]
Non-Superfluous People: Testers
Description : Software development needs a team of supporting players. Sergey Ignatchenko takes a look at the role of professional testers. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Overload Journal #124 - December 2014 | Programming Topics ]
Designing Observers in C++11
Description : The observer pattern is over two decades old. Alan Griffiths fits a venerable design pattern into a contemporary context. by Alan Griffiths
Category: [ Overload Journal #124 - December 2014 | Programming Topics ]
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