ACCU Home page ACCU Conference Page
Search Contact us ACCU at Flickr ACCU at GitHib ACCU at Google+ ACCU at Facebook ACCU at Linked-in ACCU at Twitter Skip Navigation

Design of applications and programs

Options:
View Article Map
View Archives
On IT and... CO2 Footprints
Description : Recent headlines declare a climate emergency. Sergey Ignatchenko considers how we can make an impact on IT’s carbon footprint.
Category: [ Overload Journal #151 - June 2019 ]
Modern SAT solvers: fast, neat and underused (part 1 of N)
Description : SAT solvers can quickly find solutions to Boolean Logic problems. Martin Hořeňovský demonstrates how this can be used to solve arbitrary Sudoku puzzles.
Category: [ Overload Journal #150 - April 2019 ]
The Simple Life
Description : Pete Goodliffe urges us to keep code simple.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 31, #1 - March 2019 ]
5 Big Fat Reasons Why Mutexes Suck Big Time
Description : Mutable shared state in multithreaded code is often protected by mutexes. Sergey Ignatchenko reminds us that Re-Actors can avoid many of the problems.
Category: [ Overload Journal #149 - February 2019 ]
A Small Universe
Description : Writing a programming language is a hot topic. Deák Ferenc shows us how he wrote a compiler for bytecode callable from C++.
Category: [ Overload Journal #149 - February 2019 ]
A Small Universe Part II
Description : Writing a programming language is a hot topic. Deák Ferenc shows us how he wrote a compiler for bytecode callable from C++.
Category: [ Overload Journal #149 - February 2019 ]
A Thorough Introduction to Distributed Systems
Description : What is a distributed system, and why is it so complicated? Stanislav Kozlovski explains.
Category: [ Overload Journal #149 - February 2019 ]
Don’t Use std::endl
Description : How do you add a new line in C++? Chris Sharpe suggests std::endl is a tiny utility that’s more trouble than it’s worth.
Category: [ Overload Journal #149 - February 2019 ]
China’s New AI School Textbooks
Description : Silas Brown is sceptical about an education initiative.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 30, #6 - January 2019 ]
Diseconomies of Scale
Description : Bigger is not always better. Allan Kelly considers when smaller is more productive.

Flip Model: A Design Pattern
Description : Publishing dynamic, complex data to many clients in a threadsafe manner is challenging. Daniele Pallastrelli presents the Flip model pattern to overcome the challenges.
Category: [ Overload Journal #148 - December 2018 ]
Memory Management Patterns in Business-Level Programs
Description : There are many memory management patterns. Sergey Ignatchenko considers these from an application level.
Category: [ Overload Journal #148 - December 2018 ]
Compile-time Data Structures in C++17: Part 3, Map of Values
Description : A compile time map of values allows code to be tested more easily. Bronek Kozicki demonstrates how to avoid a central repository of values.
Category: [ Overload Journal #148 - December 2018 ]
Measuring Throughput and the Impact of Cache-line Awareness
Description : How do you measure throughput? Richard Reich and Wesley Maness investigate suitable metrics.
Category: [ Overload Journal #148 - December 2018 ]
Afterwood
Description : Much ado about nothing. Chris Oldwood considers what we have when we have nothing.
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 ]
Write Less Code!
Description : Pete Goodliffe helps us avoid unnecessary lines of code.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 30, #3 - July 2018 ]
The Half-Domain/Half-Primitive Proxy
Description : Chris Oldwood presents a pattern for abstracting client-side proxies for testing.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 30, #3 - July 2018 ]
How to Write a Programming Language: Part 1, The Lexer
Description : Writing a programming language might sound very difficult. Andy Balaam starts his series with a lexer.
Category: [ Overload Journal #145 - June 2018 ]
Writing a Wayland Server Using Mir
Description : Alan Griffiths explains the basics of a new X11 replacement API.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 30, #2 - May 2018 ]
Monitoring: Turning Noise into Signal
Description : Creating useful logging is a constant challenge. Chris Oldwood shows us how structured logging helps.
Category: [ Overload Journal #144 - April 2018 ]

  |<   <<   1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8   9   10   >>   >|
Sort by Date Title