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Programming Topics or Overload Journal #109 - June 2012

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Afterwood
Description : One JavaScript module was removed and every Node.js build was knocked for six. Chris Oldwood fictionalises the tale.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 ]
Commit Checklist
Description : Chris Oldwood goes through the motions of version control.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 ]
On High Rollers
Description : A student investigates the Baron’s last puzzle.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 ]
A Commoner’s Response
Description : Roger Orr offers an analysis of the Baron’s last game.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 ]
Determinism: Requirements vs Features
Description : A program can easily be non-deterministic. Sergey Ignatchenko considers how to define determinism.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #135 - October 2016 ]
Eight Rooty Pieces
Description : Finding a square root is a common interview question. Patrick Martin demonstrates eight different ways to find a root.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #135 - October 2016 ]
Polymorphic Comparisons
Description : Polymorphic comparisons require much boilerplate. Robert Mill and Jonathan Coe introduce a template utility for such comparisons.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #135 - October 2016 ]
C++ Synchronous Continuation Passing Style
Description : Direct and continuation passing styles differ. Nick Weatherhead explains a continuation passing style for synchronous data flow.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #135 - October 2016 ]
Attacking Licensing Problems with C++
Description : Software licenses are often crackable. Deák Ferenc presents a technique for tackling this problem.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #135 - October 2016 ]
Home-Grown Tools
Description : Chris Oldwood turns to custom tools when off the shelf won’t do.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
Why Floats Are Never Equal
Description : Silas S. Brown tries his hand at optimising floating point equality comparisons.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
Smarter, Not Harder
Description : Pete Goodliffe tries to solve the right problems the right way.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Process Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
An Introduction to OpenMP
Description : Silas S. Brown dabbles in multiprocessing to speed up his calculations.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
Random Confusion
Description : Silas S. Brown tries to clear up a muddle about Standard C’s rand().
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
High Rollers
Description : Baron M proposes a new wager over a glass of wine.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
Standards Report
Description : Jonathan Wakely brings the latest news.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 28, #4 - September 2016 ]
Some Big-Os are Bigger Than Others
Description : Big-O notation is often used to compare algorithms. Sergey Ignatchenko reminds us that asymptotic limits might not be generally applicable.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #134 - August 2016 ]
Kill the Clones
Description : Problems in code can hide in surprising places. Adam Tornhill demonstrates how to detect software clones and uncover hidden dependencies.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #134 - August 2016 ]
Implementing SNAAAKE
Description : Almost everyone knows the game Snake! Thaddaeus Frogley shares a diary of how his implementation grew over time.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #134 - August 2016 ]
C++ Antipatterns
Description : Certain mistakes crop up frequently in C++. Jonathan Wakely offers some pro-tips to help you avoid common errors.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #134 - August 2016 ]

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