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Programming Topics or Overload Journal #123 - October 2014

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A C++ Developer Sees Rustlang for the First Time
Description : Rust claims to run blazingly fast, prevents segfaults, and guarantees thread safety. Katarzyna Macias provides an introduction for a C++ developer.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #140 - August 2017 ]
Portable Console I/O via iostreams
Description : Portable streaming is challenging. Alf Steinbach describes how his library fixes problems with non-ASCII characters.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #140 - August 2017 ]
Afterwood
Description : Chris Oldwood reminds us to fix the problem, not to blame.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #140 - August 2017 ]
Living Within Constraints
Description : Pete Goodliffe constrains what’s possible in your code.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #3 - July 2017 ]
In Java I Wish I Could...
Description : Paul Grenyer wishes for features of one language in another.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #3 - July 2017 ]
Learning Other Languages
Description : Francis Glassborow considers natural and computer languages as tools of communication.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #3 - July 2017 | Francis' Scribbles from CVu journal ]
Code Critique Competition 106
Description : Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #3 - July 2017 ]
Allocator for (Re)Actors with Optional Kinda-Safety and Relocation
Description : How do you deal with memory for (Re)Actors? Sergey Ignatchenko proposes an allocation scheme.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #139 - June 2017 ]
Initialization in C++ is Bonkers
Description : Uninitialised variables can cause problems. Simon Brand reminds us how complicated it can get.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #139 - June 2017 ]
Vulkan and you – Khronos’ successor to OpenGL
Description : Various graphics APIs exist. Andy Thomason unravels the mysteries of Vulkan, the latest 3D Graphics API from Khronos, the custodians of OpenGL.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #139 - June 2017 ]
Kotlin for C++ Developers
Description : What could a language the originated on the JVM possibly offer C or C++ devs? Hadi Hariri tells us.


Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #139 - June 2017 ]
Getting Tuple Elements with a Runtime Index
Description : Accessing a tuple with a runtime index is a challenge. Anthony Williams shows us his approach.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #139 - June 2017 ]
An Ode to Code
Description : Pete Goodliffe shares his annual programming practice poem.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #2 - May 2017 ]
Myths about ‘Big Data’
Description : Reginald Garnepudi dispels some of the hype around one popular technology.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #2 - May 2017 ]
On Turnabout is Fair Play
Description : A student responds to the Baron’s latest challenge.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #2 - May 2017 ]
A Hollywood Take on Dangling Pointers?
Description : Silas S. Brown tells a fable about read-only variables.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #2 - May 2017 ]
Code Critique Competition 105
Description : Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry.
Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 29, #2 - May 2017 ]
Space invaders in Elm
Description : Elm is a functional language which compiles to JavaScript. Ossi Hanhinen provides an overview.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #138 - April 2017 ]
Single Module Builds – The Fastest Heresy in Town
Description : Unity builds can be controversial. Andy Thomason shows how much difference they can make to build times.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #138 - April 2017 ]
(Not Really So) New Niche for C++: Browser!?
Description : How do you run C++ in a browser? Sergey Ignatchenko demonstrates how to use Emscripten.
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #138 - April 2017 ]

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