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Overload Journal #141 - October 2017

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Overload 141 ePub

Bob Schmidt

16 November 2018 23:00:39 +00:00

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Overload 141 PDF

Bob Schmidt

13 October 2017 18:41:03 +01:00

This way up!
Description : Directions in computing can be very confusing. Frances Buontempo wonders if we know our right from left.
Category: [ Journal Editorial ]
Letters to the Editor
Description : Silas has some comments on Deák Ferenc’s recent article:
Category: [ Letters to the Editor ]
Marking Benches
Description : Too slow! Russel Winder reminds us that benchmarking code performance is a complicated issue.
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
The Historical Context of Technology
Description : Certainty is elusive. Charles Tolman provides a historical context for foundational thinking.

‘Speedy Gonzales’ Serializing (Re)Actors via Allocators
Description : More speed! Sergey Ignatchenko completes his (Re)Actor allocator series with Part III.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Polymorphism in C++ – A Type Compatibility View
Description : Polymorphism can happen in many ways. Satprem Pamudurthy compiles an exhaustive matrix of approaches.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Open Source – And Still Deceiving Programmers
Description : Malware can hijack the normal flow of your program. Deák Ferenc walks through the ELF format to avoid malicious code injection.
Category: [ Internet Topics ]
C++11 (and beyond) Exception Support
Description : C++11 introduced many new exception related features. Ralph McArdell gives a comprehensive overview.
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Afterwood
Description : Too soon! Chris Oldwood reviews optimisation in the development process.
Category: [ Process Topics ]