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Overload 150 · April 2019 (PDF)

Contents

  • This means war!.
    Careless use of language can upset people. Frances Buontempo asks what we can do to make the developer experience better.

  • NullableAttribute and C# 8.
    C# 8 will bring many new features. Jon Skeet investigates the metadata representation of Nullable Reference Types.

  • lvalues, rvalues, glvalues, prvalues, xvalues, help!.
    C++11 introduced new value categories. Anders Schau Knatten explains his way of thinking about them.

  • Modern SAT solvers: fast, neat and underused (part 1 of N).
    SAT solvers can quickly find solutions to Boolean Logic problems. Martin Hořeňovský demonstrates how this can be used to solve arbitrary Sudoku puzzles.

  • The Duality….
    Genetic algorithms can find solutions that other algorithms might miss. Anders Modén discusses their use in conjunction with back-propagation for finding better solutions.

  • Blockchain-Structured Programming.
    Coins are a wedge-shaped piece used for some purpose. Teedy Deigh shares her angle on the technology underpinning crypto-currencies.

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