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"HTTPS Everywhere" considered harmful
Description : Silas S. Brown considers an unintended cost of security.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 27, #6 - January 2016 ]
(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: [ Overload Journal #138 - April 2017 ]
(Re)Actor Allocation at 15 CPU Cycles
Description : (Re)Actor serialisation requires an allocator. Sergey Ignatchenko, Dmytro Ivanchykhin and Marcos Bracco pare malloc/free down to 15 CPU cycles.
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 ]
-640K- 2^256 Bytes of Memory is More than Anyone Would Ever -Need- Get
Description : How fast can computers get? Sergey Ignatchenko provides us with some upper limits.
Category: [ Overload Journal #112 - December 2012 ]
10 Things You Always Wanted to Know About Assert (But Were Afraid to Ask)
Description :

This article is aimed primarily at those who are unfamiliar with assertions. However, even advanced programmers may make one or two new discoveries.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 15, #2 - Apr 2003 ]
1974 ACM Turing Award Lecture
Description :

We very rarely publish material that is not original. However I thought that readers might enjoy this item from one of the great programmers of any time. Please note that this was first presented 25 years ago. I think it is worth reflecting on what we have and have not learnt since.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 11, #6 - Oct 1999 ]
5 Reasons NOT to Use std::ostream for Human-Readable Output
Description : C++’s ostream can be hard to use. Sergey Ignatchenko suggests we use the {fmt} library instead.
Category: [ Overload Journal #144 - April 2018 ]
9.7 Things Every Programmer Really, Really Should Know
Description : Most of us have heard of the twelve step program. Teedy Deigh introduces a 9.7 step plan for programmers.
Category: [ Overload Journal #132 - April 2016 ]