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To me, one of the hallmarks of good programming is that the code looks so simple that you are tempted to dismiss the skill of the author. Writing good clean understandable code is hard work whatever language you are using -- Francis Glassborow

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C Vu Volume 30 · Issue 2 · May 2018

Contents


  • Editorial: And another thing...
    Steve Love
  • Libraries, Console Apps and GUIs
    Chris Oldwood compares the use of different application interfaces.
  • ACCU: The Early Days (Part 2)
    Francis Glassborow continues his look at the history of ACCU.
  • The New C++ Interview
    Pete Goodliffe introduces a new way to test programming skills.
  • ACCU Conference 2018: Trip Report
    Kris van Rens shares his experiences from ACCU 2018.
  • On Quaker’s Dozen
    A student examines the Quaker’s Dozen wager.
  • Writing a Wayland Server Using Mir
    Alan Griffiths explains the basics of a new X11 replacement API.
  • Standards Report
    Emyr Williams reports on news from the world of Standards.
  • Code Critique Competition 111
    Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry.
  • Local ACCU Meetups
    Frances Buontempo reports from meetups in Bristol and London.
  • ACCU Local Group
    Jason Spencer reports on a recent visit to ACCU Oxford.
  • View from the Chair

The latest Overload is Overload 144. Further details of our journals are available here.

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ACCU News

  • May's C Vu Journal has been published. (18.05.18)

    The May 2018 ACCU C Vu journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. C Vu 30-2 and previous issues of C Vu can be accessed via Journals menu (ACCU members only).

  • April's Overload Journal has been published. (7.04.18)

    The April 2018 ACCU Overload journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. Overload 144 and previous issues of Overload can be accessed in Overload Online.

  • March's C Vu Journal has been published. (23.03.18)

    The March 2018 ACCU C Vu journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. C Vu 30-1 and previous issues of C Vu can be accessed via Journals menu (ACCU members only).

  • 2018 European LLVM Developers Meeting (26.02.18)

    The 2018 European LLVM Developers Meeting will be held at the Bristol Marriott Hotel City Centre, Bristol, UK, April 16 and 17, 2018.

    The meeting serves as a forum for LLVM, Clang, LLDB and other LLVM project developers and users to get acquainted, learn how LLVM is used, and exchange ideas about LLVM and its (potential) applications. The conference will be two full days that include technical talks, BoFs, hacker’s lab, tutorials, a poster session and a reception.

    For more information, go to the conference website.

    Thanks to the conference organizers for their mention of the 2018 ACCU conference occurring the previous week.

  • February's Overload Journal has been published. (9.02.18)

    The February 2018 ACCU Overload journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. Overload 143 and previous issues of Overload can be accessed in Overload Online.