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Overload Journal #126 - April 2015

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Overload 126 PDF

Martin Moene

07 April 2015 20:22:59 +01:00

Editorial: Where was I?
Description : Space and time are relative. Frances Buontempo wonders whether this will wash as an excuse for another lack of editorial.
Category: [ Journal Editorial ]
Non-Superfluous People: UX Specialists
Description : User experience specialists are sometimes regarded as superfluous people. Sergey Ignatchenko demonstrates why they can be vital.
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
Alternatives to Singletons and Global Variables
Description : Global variables and Singletons are usually considered bad. Bob Schmidt summarises some alternatives.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Resource Management with Explicit Template Specializations
Description : RAII is a useful idiom. Pavel Frolov presents a powerful extension using explicit template specialization.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Variadic and Variable Templates
Description : C++11 and 14 offer new features for Variadic and Variable templates. Peter Sommerlad showcases the compile-time possibilities they offer.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
iterator_pair – A Simple and Useful Iterator Adapter
Description : Can you form a new contain from two others? Vladimir Grigoriev reminds us how to write an iterator.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Seeing the Wood for the Trees
Description : The outdoors is fabled to be great. Teedy Deigh suggests your code reflects your environment without ever having to look out of the window.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]