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Why Finite Differences Won’t Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : Now we know our problem in depth. Richard Harris analyses if a common technique will work adequately.
Category: [ Overload Journal #105 - October 2011 ]
Outsource Your Self-Discipline
Description : It’s all too easy to skip those tedious but vital steps towards code quality. Filip van Laenen suggests getting someone else to do them.
Category: [ Overload Journal #105 - October 2011 ]
Picking Patterns for Parallel Programs (Part 1)
Description : Designing programs for multi-core systems can be extremely complex. Anthony Williams suggests some patterns to keep things under control.
Category: [ Overload Journal #105 - October 2011 ]
Intellectual Property – a Crash Course for Developers
Description : Interpreting law is a tricky business. Sergey Ignatchenko introduces someone who can help you avoid expensive mistakes.
Category: [ Overload Journal #105 - October 2011 ]
Over-Generic Use of Abstractons as a Major Cause of Wasting Resources
Description : We often find ways to hide complexity. Sergey Ignatchenko looks at how this can be sub-optimal.
Category: [ Overload Journal #104 - August 2011 ]
Thread-Safe Access Guards
Description : Ensuring safe access to shared data can be cumbersome and error-prone. Bjørn Reese presents a technique to help.
Category: [ Overload Journal #104 - August 2011 ]
An Introduction to Test Driven Development
Description : TDD is too often thought to be all about Unit Tests. Paul Grenyer works through an example to show the bigger picture.
Category: [ Overload Journal #104 - August 2011 ]
Why [Insert Algorithm Here] Won’t Cure Your Calculus Blues
Description : We now know that floating point arithmetic is the best we can do. Richard Harris goes back to school ready to show how to use it.
Category: [ Overload Journal #104 - August 2011 ]
Some Objects Are More Equal Than Others
Description : Comparing objects is a fundamental operation. Steve Love and Roger Orr consider different language approaches.
Category: [ Overload Journal #103 - June 2011 ]
Exception Specifications in C++ 2011
Description : The new standard is almost finished. Dietmar Kühl looks at the new exception features.
Category: [ Overload Journal #103 - June 2011 ]
Why Interval Arithmetic Won’t Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : We’ve looked at several approaches to numeric computing. Richard Harris has a final attempt to find an accurate solution.
Category: [ Overload Journal #103 - June 2011 ]
The ACCU 2011 Crypto Challenge
Description : Ready for the biggest challenge yet? Richard Harris throws down the gauntlet.
Category: [ Overload Journal #103 - June 2011 ]
Benefits of Well Known Interfaces in Closed Source Code
Description : Designing a good API is a significant challenge. Arun Saha suggests taking inspiration from outside.
Category: [ Overload Journal #102 - April 2011 ]
Why Computer Algebra Won’t Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : Numerical computing is proving quite a challenge. Richard Harris sees if a computer can do mathematics.
Category: [ Overload Journal #102 - April 2011 ]
Refactoring and Software Complexity Variability
Description : Most code bases could have their complexity improved. Alex Yakyma presents a model that suggests how to do this.
Category: [ Overload Journal #102 - April 2011 ]
Queue with Position Reservation
Description : Multiple threads can make processing a message queue faster. Eugene Surman needs the right data structure.
Category: [ Overload Journal #101 - February 2011 ]
Why Rationals Won’t Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : Numerical computing is still proving hard to do accurately. Richard Harris considers another number representation.
Category: [ Overload Journal #101 - February 2011 ]
Overused Code Reuse
Description : It’s tempting to use someone else’s code rather than write it yourself. Sergey Ignatchenko reports that ‘No Bugs’ Bunny recommends caution.
Category: [ Overload Journal #101 - February 2011 ]
From Occam's Razor to No Bugs' Axe
Description : Designing good APIs that stand the test of time is notoriously hard. Sergey Ignatchenko suggests a radical guideline.
Category: [ Process Topics | Overload Journal #100 - December 2010 ]
Why Fixed Point Won't Cure Your Floating Point Blues
Description : Numeric computing is very difficult to do properly. Richard Harris looks at whether a common technique will help.
Category: [ Overload Journal #100 - December 2010 ]

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