The February 2021 ACCU Overload journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. Overload 161 and previous issues of Overload can be accessed via the Journals menu.
We will be holding the 33rd ACCU AGM as an online meeting at 4 pm (UK time) on 17 April 2021.
Other important dates related to the AGM:
|16 February 2021||Nominations/Proposal deadline|
|6 March 2021||Draft Agenda made available|
|20 March 2021||Final Agenda confirmation (and arrangements for attendance)|
|27 March 2021||Online voting opens|
As usual, all posts are up for election. Any member can run for any post. If you are interested in standing for election to one of the committee posts, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or any other committee member.
The schedule for ACCU 2021 is now online!
To view the conference schedule please click here.
With up to a 50% discount on our usual fees in light of the conference being virtual, don't delay - get your ticket here today.
(Early registration discounts end at 23:59 UTC on 16th February, 2021.)
The January 2021 ACCU C Vu journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. C Vu 32-6 and previous issues of C Vu can be accessed via the Journals menu (ACCU members only).
Registration for ACCU 2021 is now open!
For any delegates who deferred their registration from 2020, we will be in touch in the New Year to discuss any adjustments to your existing booking as a result of the event being fully virtual. Thank you for your support, and we look forward to ‘seeing’ you at ACCU 2021!
In. Sub. Ordinate..
Mindless rebellion is mindless. Frances Buontempo encourages mindful consideration of when to refuse.
A Case Against Blind Use of C++ Parallel Algorithms.
C++17 introduced parallel algorithms. Lucian Radu Teodorescu reminds us we need to think when we use them.
C++ – an Invisible Foundation of Everything.
What is C++ and why do people still use it? Bjarne Stroustrup provides a short note answering these questions.
Test Precisely and Concretely.
Tests can hit complete coverage but fail to communicate. Kevlin Henney reminds us that assertions should be necessary, sufficient, and comprehensible.
Think you’ve learnt it all? Chris Oldwood reminds us that unlearning then becomes our next problem.