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[1]
Steve Love. Production legacy. CVu, 29(2):1, May 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
[2]
Pete Goodliffe. An ode to code. CVu, 29(2):3, May 2017. Pete Goodliffe shares his annual programming practice poem. (PDF)
[3]
Reginald Garnepudi. Myths about ‘Big Data’. CVu, 29(2):4, May 2017. Reginald Garnepudi dispels some of the hype around one popular technology. (PDF)
[4]
Richard Harris. On turnabout is fair play. CVu, 29(2):5, May 2017. A student responds to the Baron’s latest challenge. (PDF)
[5]
Silas S. Brown. A hollywood take on dangling pointers?. CVu, 29(2):6–7, May 2017. Silas S. Brown tells a fable about read-only variables. (PDF)
[6]
Sean Corfield. I can't think fast enough in a coding interview. CVu, 29(2):7, May 2017. Sean Corfield shares his thoughts on the technical interview process. (PDF)
[7]
Roger Orr, Jon Summers, Paul Floyd, Raimondo Sarich, James Holland, Robert Lytton, and Herman Pijl. Code critique competition 105. CVu, 29(2):8–13, May 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[8]
Tim Pizey and Francis Glassborow. ACCU Oxford – 28 march 2017. CVu, 29(2):14, May 2017. Frances Buontempo talked about Actual Intelligence, and a few people wrote about the evening. (PDF)
[9]
Bob Schmidt. View from the chair. CVu, 29(2):16, May 2017. (PDF)
[10]
Steve Love. Unnecessary complexity. CVu, 29(1):1, March 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
[11]
Pete Goodliffe. On the defensive. CVu, 29(1):3–7, March 2017. Pete Goodliffe demonstrates defensive programming techniques for robust code. (PDF)
[12]
Adam Tornhill. Beyond functional programming: Manipulate functions with the j language. CVu, 29(1):8–11, March 2017. Adam Tornhill explores a different kind of programming language. (PDF)
[13]
Chris Oldwood. Be available, not busy. CVu, 29(1):12–13, March 2017. Chris Oldwood considers how agility is best achieved. (PDF)
[14]
Roger Orr, Chris Main, James Holland, and Herman Pijl. Code critique competition 104. CVu, 29(1):14–18, March 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[15]
Emyr Williams. Troy hunt: An interview. CVu, 29(1):18–19, March 2017. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
[16]
Steve Love. No obvious deficiencies. CVu, 28(6):1, January 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
[17]
Pete Goodliffe. Speak up! (part 2). CVu, 28(6):3–4,7, January 2017. Pete Goodliffe talks to us about communication. (PDF)
[18]
Chris Oldwood. A case of mistaken identity. CVu, 28(6):5–6, January 2017. Chris Oldwood puts values to the test. (PDF)
[19]
Richard Harris. Turnabout is fair play. CVu, 28(6):7, January 2017. Baron M is still game for a wager. (PDF)
[20]
Sven Rosvall. How do you read?. CVu, 28(6):8, January 2017. Sven Rosvall shares his perspective on electronic publications. (PDF)
[21]
Paul Grenyer. A class what I wrote. CVu, 28(6):9–10, January 2017. Paul Grenyer reduces the boilerplate with simple abstraction. (PDF)
[22]
Emyr Williams. Kate Gregory: An interview. CVu, 28(6):10–11, January 2017. Emyr Williams returns with a new interview from the world of programming. (PDF)
[23]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Jim Segrave, and James Holland. Code critique competition 103. CVu, 28(6):12–16, January 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[24]
Astrid Byro, Tim Green, Barry Nichols, Jim Segrave, Marco Dinacci, and Paul Grenyer. Bookcase. CVu, 28(6):17–18, January 2017. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[25]
Bob Schmidt. View from the chair. CVu, 28(6):19–20, January 2017. (PDF)
[26]
Steve Love. Necessary technology. CVu, 28(5):1, November 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
[27]
Pete Goodliffe. Speak up!. CVu, 28(5):3–4, November 2016. Pete Goodliffe urges us to speak to the animals (that is, to other developers). (PDF)
[28]
Silas S. Brown. Delivering bad news from QA. CVu, 28(5):4–5, November 2016. Silas S. Brown describes how not to report your senior colleague’s bug. (PDF)
[29]
Chris Oldwood. Commit checklist. CVu, 28(5):6–8, November 2016. Chris Oldwood goes through the motions of version control. (PDF)
[30]
Richard Harris. On high rollers. CVu, 28(5):9–11, November 2016. A student investigates the Baron’s last puzzle. (PDF)
[31]
Roger Orr. A commoner’s response. CVu, 28(5):12–13, November 2016. Roger Orr offers an analysis of the Baron’s last game. (PDF)
[32]
Anna Filina. ConFoo. CVu, 28(5):13, November 2016. ACCU member Clint Swigart speaks at a multi-discipline conference in Canada. (PDF)
[33]
Roger Orr, Felix Petriconi, James Holland, Simon Sebright, and Paul Floyd. Code critique competition 102. CVu, 28(5):14–19, November 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[34]
Bob Schmidt. View from the (acting) chair. CVu, 28(5):19–20, November 2016. (PDF)
[35]
Steve Love. The integrated developer. CVu, 28(4):1, September 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
[36]
Chris Oldwood. Home-grown tools. CVu, 28(4):3–4, September 2016. Chris Oldwood turns to custom tools when off the shelf won’t do. (PDF)
[37]
Silas S. Brown. Why floats are never equal. CVu, 28(4):5, September 2016. Silas S. Brown tries his hand at optimising floating point equality comparisons. (PDF)
[38]
Pete Goodliffe. Smarter, not harder. CVu, 28(4):6–8, September 2016. Pete Goodliffe tries to solve the right problems the right way. (PDF)
[39]
Silas S. Brown. An introduction to openmp. CVu, 28(4):8–9, September 2016. Silas S. Brown dabbles in multiprocessing to speed up his calculations. (PDF)
[40]
Silas S. Brown. Random confusion. CVu, 28(4):10–11, September 2016. Silas S. Brown tries to clear up a muddle about Standard C’s rand(). (PDF)
[41]
Richard Harris. High rollers. CVu, 28(4):11, September 2016. Baron M proposes a new wager over a glass of wine. (PDF)
[42]
Roger Orr and Juan Zaratiegui. Code critique competition 100. CVu, 28(4):12–14, September 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[43]
Jonathan Wakely. Standards report. CVu, 28(4):15, September 2016. Jonathan Wakely brings the latest news. (PDF)
[44]
Bob Schmidt. View from the (acting) chair. CVu, 28(4):16, September 2016. (PDF)
[45]
Steve Love. Fixed fixation. CVu, 28(3):1, July 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
[46]
Paul Grenyer. Testing private. CVu, 28(3-4):3, July 2016. Paul Grenyer shows that testing doesn’t need public access. (PDF)
[47]
Pete Goodliffe. The Codealow. CVu, 28(3):5, July 2016. Pete Goodliffe presents a new software soliloquy. (PDF)
[48]
Chris Oldwood. Whiteboards. CVu, 28(3):7–8, July 2016. Chris Oldwood makes a case for collaboration over technology. (PDF)
[49]
Silas S. Brown. How to block Russia from your website. CVu, 28(3):9–10, July 2016. (and why you might want to) Silas S. Brown takes a stand against indiscriminate legislation. (PDF)
[50]
Neil Horlock. Debugging – what has changed in the last decade?. CVu, 28(3):10–11, July 2016. Neil Horlock travels through time in search of bugs. (PDF)
[51]
Roger Orr, Felix Petriconi, John Roden, and James Holland. Code critique competition 100. CVu, 28(3):12–15, July 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[52]
Bob Schmidt. View from the (acting) chair. CVu, 28(3):16, July 2016. XXXNoteXXX. (PDF)
[53]
Steve Love. More than one. CVu, 28(2):1, May 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
[54]
Kevin Highley. Encryption. CVu, 28(2):3–6, May 2016. Kevin Highley implements a common technique for secure communication. (PDF)
[55]
Alan Griffiths. Come code with me. CVu, 28(2):6–8, May 2016. Alan Griffiths outlines an Open Source project and invites contributions. (PDF)
[56]
Richard Harris. On fifteen love. CVu, 28(2):9, May 2016. A student demystifies the Baron’s game of cards. (PDF)
[57]
Pete Goodliffe. Organised chaos. CVu, 28(2):10–11, May 2016. Pete Goodliffe explains why organisation is so important. (PDF)
[58]
Jonathan Wakely. Standards report. CVu, 28(2):11–12, May 2016. Jonathan Wakely reports from the latest C and C++ meetings. (PDF)
[59]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, and James Holland. Code critique competition 99. CVu, 28(2):13–15, May 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[60]
Astrid Byro, Ian Bruntlett, and Alan Lenton. Bookcase. CVu, 28(2):16, May 2016. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[61]
Mrs Trellis. ACCU London. CVu, 28(2):16, May 2016. Mrs Trellis reviews the March 16th meeting, without a clue. (PDF)
[62]
Steve Love. Cross pollinated. CVu, 28(1):1, March 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
[63]
Omar Bashir. Sliding window filters : A set-based implementation. CVu, 28(1):3–6, March 2016. Omar Bashir presents an implementation using pre-sorted data to reduce CPU load. (PDF)
[64]
Vertices. An open question (or how I learned to stop worrying and love public Wi-Fi). CVu, 28(1):7–10, March 2016. Vertices examines some of the dangers of using other people’s networks. (PDF)
[65]
Ralph McArdell. Groovy and Grails eXchange 2015. CVu, 28(1):10–11, March 2016. Ralph McArdell reports on his conference experiences. (PDF)
[66]
Richard Harris. Fifteen love. CVu, 28(1):12, March 2016. Baron M sets a new puzzle for students of curious conundrums. (PDF)
[67]
Malcolm Noyes. Using Clara to parse command lines in C++. CVu, 28(1):13–14, March 2016. Malcolm Noyes demonstrates how to get up and running. (PDF)
[68]
Pete Goodliffe. Software development is... CVu, 28(1):15–17, March 2016. Pete Goodliffe defines the art, science, craft (and child’s play) of software development. (PDF)
[69]
Jonathan Wakely. Standards report. CVu, 28(1):18, March 2016. Jonathan Wakely reports from the latest C and C++ meetings. (PDF)
[70]
Roger Orr, Mathias Gaunard, Paul Floyd, Robert Jones, and James Holland. Code critique competition 98. CVu, 28(1):19–22, March 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[71]
Astrid Byro and Silas S. Brownand. Bookcase. CVu, 28(1):23, March 2016. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[72]
ACCU Committee. View from the without a chair. CVu, 28(1):24, March 2016. (PDF)
[73]
Mrs Trellis. ACCU London: Dietmar Khül. CVu, 28(1):24, March 2016. A (clueless) review of the Jan 16th ACCU London Meeting. (PDF)
[74]
Steve Love. Choose your mask. CVu, 27(6):1, January 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
[75]
Pete Goodliffe. Bug hunting. CVu, 27(6):3–4, January 2016. Pete Goodliffe continues the hunt for software faults. (PDF)
[76]
Chris Oldwood. Finding text. CVu, 27(6):5–7, January 2016. hunts for the right tool to search text files. (PDF)
[77]
Frances Buontempo. In vivo, in vitro, in silico. CVu, 27(6):7, January 2016. Frances Buontempo examines the idea of software vivisection. (PDF)
[78]
Silas S. Brown. “HTTPS everywhere” considered harmful. CVu, 27(6):8, January 2016. Silas S. Brown considers an unintended cost of security. (PDF)
[79]
Roger Orr and James Holland. Code critique competition 97. CVu, 27(6):9–11, January 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[80]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 27(6):12, January 2016. (PDF)
[81]
Steve Love. Selective ignorance. CVu, 27(5):1, November 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
[82]
Pete Goodliffe. Bug hunting. CVu, 27(5):3–4, November 2015. Pete Goodliffe looks for software faults. (PDF)
[83]
Matthew Wilson. Building C & C++ CLI programs with the libCLImate mini-framework. CVu, 27(5):5–10, November 2015. Matthew Wilson presents a framework for simplifying CLI programs. (PDF)
[84]
Ralph McArdell. Raspberry Pi Linux user mode GPIO in C++ (part 3). CVu, 27(5):11–16, November 2015. Ralph McArdell demonstrates the library with two peripherals on the Pi. (PDF)
[85]
Roger Orr. One definition rule. CVu, 27(5):16–18, November 2015. Roger Orr explains an often misunderstood aspect of C++. (PDF)
[86]
Richard Falconer. Functional programming in C++. CVu, 27(5):19–20, November 2015. Richard Falconer reports on an ACCU talk by Kevlin Henney. (PDF)
[87]
Roger Orr, Mathias Gaunard, Gareth Ansell, Matthew Wilson, and James Holland. Code critique competition 96. CVu, 27(5):21–26, November 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[88]
Emyr Williams. Robert Martin: An interview. CVu, 27(5):27, November 2015. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
[89]
Jonathan Wakeley. Standards report. CVu, 27(5):28, November 2015. Jonathan Wakeley reports on developments in C++. (PDF)
[90]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 27(5):28, November 2015. (PDF)
[91]
Steve Love. Developing programs. CVu, 27(4):1, September 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
[92]
Pete Goodliffe. The very model of a model modern programmer. CVu, 27(4):3, September 2015. Pete Goodliffe asks what defines you as a programmer. (PDF)
[93]
Thaddaeus Frogley. Refactoring guided by Duplo. CVu, 27(4):4–5, September 2015. Thaddaeus Frogley gets to grips with duplicated code. (PDF)
[94]
Silas S. Brown. Ode to the BBDB. CVu, 27(4):5, September 2015. Silas S. Brown remembers different ways of managing email contacts. (PDF)
[95]
Matthew Wilson. Anatomy of a CLI program written in C++. CVu, 27(4):6–11, September 2015. Matthew Wilson dissects a small program to examine its gory details. (PDF)
[96]
Gail Ollis. The cat’s meow. CVu, 27(4):11–12, September 2015. Gail Ollis reports from the App-a-thon World Record attempt. (PDF)
[97]
Silas S. Brown. WattOS R9 worth knowing about. CVu, 27(4):13, September 2015. Silas S. Brown recycles some old hardware with a new OS. (PDF)
[98]
Ralph McArdell. Raspberry Pi Linux user mode GPIO in C++ (part 2). CVu, 27(4):14–18, September 2015. Ralph McArdell continues developing a C++ library for Raspberry Pi expansions. (PDF)
[99]
Jonathan Wakely. Standards report. CVu, 27(4):18–19, September 2015. Jonathan Wakely reports the latest on C++17 and beyond. (PDF)
[100]
Roger Orr and James Holland. Code critique competition 95. CVu, 27(4):20–22, September 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[101]
Silas S. Brown. Inspirational (p)articles: Use the DOM inspector. CVu, 27(4):22, September 2015. Silas S. Brown shares a tip for debugging web pages. (PDF)
[102]
Christopher Gilbert. What do people do all day?. CVu, 27(4):23–24, September 2015. Christopher Gilbert shares his routine in a software house. (PDF)
[103]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 27(4):24, September 2015. (PDF)
[104]
Steve Love. What is a user interface?. CVu, 27(3):1, July 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
[105]
Chris Oldwood. Dictionary and thesaurus. CVu, 27(3):2–4, July 2015. Chris Oldwood finds surprising similarities in prose and code. (PDF)
[106]
Pete Goodliffe. Coding dinosaurs. CVu, 27(3):4–5, July 2015. Pete Goodliffe aims to outlive the jurassic coding age. (PDF)
[107]
Alan Griffiths. Are we nearly there yet? Refactoring C++. CVu, 27(3):5–7, July 2015. Alan Griffiths evaluates two tools for developers with some simple use-cases. (PDF)
[108]
Silas S. Brown. Golang programming on AppEngine. CVu, 27(3):8, July 2015. Silas S. Brown tries his hand at writing native code for the Cloud. (PDF)
[109]
Ralph McArdell. EuroLLVM conference 2015. CVu, 27(3):9–11, July 2015. Ralph McArdell reports on his experience of the LLVM Conference. (PDF)
[110]
Steve Folly. Code Club. CVu, 27(3):11–12, July 2015. Steve Folly shares his experiences with volunteering and teaching children coding. (PDF)
[111]
Vassili Kaplan. Split and merge revisited. CVu, 27(3):13–14, July 2015. Vassili Kaplan makes improvements to the Expression Parser. (PDF)
[112]
Emyr Williams. Anthony Williams: An interview. CVu, 27(3):15–16, July 2015. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
[113]
N.N. ACCU London review. CVu, 27(3):16, July 2015. One of the attendees at a recent meet shares their experience. (PDF)
[114]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Jim Segrave, and James Holland. Code critique competition 94. CVu, 27(3):17–21, July 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[115]
Silas S Brown. Letter to the editor. CVu, 27(3):21, July 2015. (PDF)
[116]
Astrid Byro, Ewan Milne, Matthew Jones, and Stefan Turalski. Bookcase. CVu, 27(3):22–23, July 2015. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[117]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 27(3):XXXPagesXXX, July 2015. (PDF)
[118]
Steve Love. In between. CVu, 27(2):1, May 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
[119]
Pete Goodliffe. Wallowing in filth. CVu, 27(2):3–5, May 2015. Pete Goodliffe wades into the dreaded cesspit of ‘lowquality code’. (PDF)
[120]
Tom Björkholm. Writing good C++ APIs. CVu, 27(2):5–8, May 2015. Tom Björkholm examines some common pitfalls that make code hard to use. (PDF)
[121]
Adam Tornhill. Writing a technical book. CVu, 27(2):8–11, May 2015. Adam Tornhill discusses motivation, publishing and how to stay focused without ruining your life. (PDF)
[122]
Vassili Kaplan. Split and merge – another algorithm for parsing mathematical expressions. CVu, 27(2):12–15, May 2015. Vassili Kaplan presents an alternative to Dijkstra’s algorithm. (PDF)
[123]
Roger Orr. Using 32-bit COM objects from 64-bit programs. CVu, 27(2):15–17, May 2015. Roger Orr explains how to cross the platform boundary in COM libraries. (PDF)
[124]
Ralph McArdell. Raspberry Pi Linux user mode GPIO in C++ – part 1. CVu, 27(2):17–21, May 2015. Ralph McArdell expands the Raspberry Pi with a C++ library. (PDF)
[125]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 27(2):21–22, May 2015. Mark Radford reports on the latest C++ Standardisation proceedings. (PDF)
[126]
Roger Orr, Tom Björkholm, Simon Brand, Jim Segrave, James Holland, and Paul Floyd. Code critique competition. CVu, 27(2):23–, May 2015. Competition 93 and the answers to 92. (PDF)
[127]
Astrid Byro, Alan Lenton, Ian Bruntlett, Paul Floyd, Simon Sebright, Neil Youngman, and Stefan Turalski. From the bookcase. CVu, 27(2):30–32, May 2015. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[128]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 27(2):32, May 2015. (PDF)
[129]
Steve Love. Private funding. CVu, 27(1):1, March 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
[130]
Pete Goodliffe. Coders causing conflict. CVu, 27(1):3–5, March 2015. Pete Goodliffe lights the blue touch paper and retires to a safe distance. (PDF)
[131]
Silas S. Brown. Using ACCU membership for unique IDs. CVu, 27(1):5, March 2015. Silas S. Brown considers the case for identity. (PDF)
[132]
Ian Bruntlett. LAMP on Ubuntu. CVu, 27(1):6–8, March 2015. Ian Bruntlett shares his notes on setting up a basic web application. (PDF)
[133]
Chris Oldwood. The developer’s sandbox. CVu, 27(1):8–11, March 2015. Chris Oldwood wants to be in control. (PDF)
[134]
Thaddaeus Frogley. What do people do all day?. CVu, 27(1):11–12, March 2015. Thaddaeus Frogley shares his day to day activities as a games programmer. (PDF)
[135]
Silas S. Brown. Simple Android programming with WebKit. CVu, 27(1):13–14, March 2015. Silas S. Brown shares his trials with developing for mobile devices. (PDF)
[136]
Ralph McArdell. Raspberry Pi Linux user mode GPIO in Python. CVu, 27(1):15–18, March 2015. Ralph McArdell finds stream based input/output to be more convenient. (PDF)
[137]
Emyr Williams. Kevlin Henney: An interview. CVu, 27(1):18–19, March 2015. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
[138]
Roger Orr, Jim Segrave, Tom Björkholm, James Holland, and Alex Paterson. Code critique competition 92. CVu, 27(1):21–25, March 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[139]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 27(1):26–27, March 2015. Mark Radford reports on the latest C++ Standardisation proceedings. (PDF)
[140]
Steve Love. A mutual understanding. CVu, 26(6):1, January 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
[141]
Chris Oldwood. Simplicity through immutability. CVu, 26(6):3–5, January 2015. Chris Oldwood considers the benefits of unchangeable data. (PDF)
[142]
Pete Goodliffe. Advice for the young at heart. CVu, 26(6):5, January 2015. Pete Goodliffe offers sage advice, and asks you to do the same. (PDF)
[143]
Vassili Kaplan. Delayed copy pattern. CVu, 26(6):6–8, January 2015. Vassili Kaplan presents some techniques for making efficient use of the STL containers in C++. (PDF)
[144]
Ralph McArdell. Const and concurrency (part 2). CVu, 26(6):8–9, January 2015. Ralph McArdell continues musing on comments to Herb Sutter’s updated GotW #6b solution. (PDF)
[145]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 26(6):10–11, January 2015. Mark Radford brings the latest news from C++ Standardisation. (PDF)
[146]
Ian Bruntlett. From the coal face. CVu, 26(6):11, January 2015. Ian Bruntlett shares his experiences: not salaried because of mental ill-health, but still working and learning. (PDF)
[147]
Roger Orr, Alex Paterson, and James Holland. Code critique competition 91. CVu, 26(6):12–16, January 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[148]
Emyr Williams. Scott Meyers: An interview. CVu, 26(6):16–18, January 2015. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
[149]
Astrid Byro, Frances Buontempo, and Andrew Marlow. Bookcase. CVu, 26(6):19–20, January 2015. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[150]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 26(6):20, January 2015. (PDF)
[151]
Steve Love. Community service. CVu, 26(5):1, November 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
[152]
Pete Goodliffe. Playing by the rules. CVu, 26(5):3, November 2014. Pete Goodliffe makes up his own rules. (PDF)
[153]
Chris Oldwood. Taming the inbox. CVu, 26(5):4–5, November 2014. Chris Oldwood shares his tactics for keeping on top of the mail. (PDF)
[154]
Ralph McArdell. Const and concurrency (part 1). CVu, 26(5):6–7, November 2014. Ralph McArdell comments on comments to Herb Sutter’s updated GotW #6b solution. (PDF)
[155]
Giuseppe Vacanti. Parsing configuration files in C++ with Boost. CVu, 26(5):8–9, November 2014. Giuseppe Vacanti describes how to deal with program options, C++ style. (PDF)
[156]
Silas S. Brown. Perl is a better sed, and Python 2 is good. CVu, 26(5):10–12, November 2014. Silas S. Brown sweats the differences between tools on common platforms. (PDF)
[157]
Frances Buontempo. Debuggers are still for wimps. CVu, 26(5):12, November 2014. Frances Buontempo shows how to remote debug python from Visual Studio. (PDF)
[158]
NN. A cautionary tale. CVu, 26(5):13, November 2014. [This article is only available in the printed version of CVu due to rights issues.]. (PDF)
[159]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Silas S. Brown, James Holland, and Marcel Marré. Code critique competition 90. CVu, 26(5):15–19, November 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[160]
Chris Oldwood. ACCU London – october 2014. CVu, 26(5):19,21, November 2014. Chris Oldwood reports from the latest meeting of the London Chapter. (PDF)
[161]
Seb Rose. Seb rose: An interview. CVu, 26(5):20–21, November 2014. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
[162]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 26(5):22, November 2014. Mark Radford brings the latest news from C++ Standardisation. (PDF)
[163]
Alan Lenton. Bookcase. CVu, 26(5):23, November 2014. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[164]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 26(5):24, November 2014. (PDF)
[165]
Steve Love. Look but don’t touch. CVu, 26(4):1, September 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
[166]
Pete Goodliffe. Testing times. CVu, 26(4):3–7, September 2014. Pete Goodliffe exhorts us to test code effectively. (PDF)
[167]
Paul Grenyer. A secure data centre in the heart of ... Bowthorpe. CVu, 26(4):8, September 2014. Paul Grenyer takes a tour of MigSolv’s facility. (PDF)
[168]
Matthew Jones. What do people do all day?. CVu, 26(4):9–10, September 2014. Matthew Jones gives some insight as to what his job involves. (PDF)
[169]
Alex Peterson. Beware setlocal behaviour in Visual C++ 2012 & 2013. CVu, 26(4):11–13, September 2014. Alex Peterson investigates a bug in the Visual C++ runtime library. (PDF)
[170]
Chris Oldwood. Revisiting the Gang of Four. CVu, 26(4):14, September 2014. Chris Oldwood reflects on things missed first time around. (PDF)
[171]
Andy Balaam. Talk in code. CVu, 26(4):15, September 2014. Andy Balaam presents some tips on clear communication. (PDF)
[172]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 26(4):16, September 2014. Mark Radford reports the latest developments in C++ Standardization. (PDF)
[173]
Roger Orr. Code critique competition. CVu, 26(4):17–19, September 2014. Competition 89 and the answers to 88. (PDF)
[174]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair. CVu, 26(4):20, September 2014. (PDF)
[175]
Steve Love. Over and under. CVu, 26(3):1, July 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
[176]
Chris Oldwood. Feature tracking. CVu, 26(3):3, July 2014. Chris Oldwood considers different audiences for tools to track features. (PDF)
[177]
Pete Goodliffe. Nothing is set in stone. CVu, 26(3):4–6, July 2014. Pete Goodliffe embraces change. (PDF)
[178]
Emyr Williams. Dr bjarne stroustrup: An interview. CVu, 26(3):6–7, July 2014. Emyr Williams begins a new series of interviews in the programming world. (PDF)
[179]
Silas S. Brown. Checking websites for specific changes. CVu, 26(3):8, July 2014. Silas S. Brown tries to improve developer productivity in a small way. (PDF)
[180]
Chris Oldwood. Being original. CVu, 26(3):9, July 2014. Chris Oldwood reflects on the content of talks and articles. (PDF)
[181]
Malcolm Noyes. How to deconstruct compile time fizzbuzz in c++ without using boost. CVu, 26(3):10–12, July 2014. Malcolm Noyes looks under the hood at some C++ template metaprogramming tools. (PDF)
[182]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Stefan Schiffler, Dave Cridland, Martin Janzen, James Holland, Marcel Marré, and Raimondo Sarich. Code critique competition 88. CVu, 26(3):13–19, July 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[183]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 26(3):20–21, July 2014. Mark Radford reports the latest developments in C++ Standardization. (PDF)
[184]
Astrid Byro, Alan Lenton, and Andrew Marlow. Bookcase. CVu, 26(3):22–23, July 2014. The latest round-up of book reviews. (PDF)
[185]
Alan Lenton. View from the chair in waiting. CVu, 26(3):24, July 2014. (PDF)
[186]
Steve Love. Continuous learning. CVu, 26(2):1, May 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
[187]
Pete Goodliffe. An ode to code. CVu, 26(2):3, May 2014. Pete Goodliffe waxes poetic. (PDF)
[188]
Roger Orr. Identity during construction. CVu, 26(2):4–6, May 2014. Roger Orr observes some subtle traps in object initialization between different languages. (PDF)
[189]
Chris Oldwood. ACCU – for the unknown unknowns. CVu, 26(2):6, May 2014. Chris Oldwood ponders what the ACCU means to him. (PDF)
[190]
Chris Oldwood. List incomprehension. CVu, 26(2):7–8, May 2014. Chris Oldwood gets some data structure anxiety off his chest. (PDF)
[191]
Frances Buontempo. Debuggers are for wimps. CVu, 26(2):8–9, May 2014. Frances Buontempo gives a quick lesson in debugging for Python. (PDF)
[192]
Chris Oldwood and Ian Bruntlett. ACCU conference 2014. CVu, 26(2):9–11, May 2014. Chris Oldwood and Ian Bruntlett review the ACCU 2014 Conference. (PDF)
[193]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 26(2):12–13, May 2014. Mark Radford reports the latest developments in C++ Standardization. (PDF)
[194]
Roger Orr and Russel Winder. Code critique competition 87. CVu, 26(2):13–15, May 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[195]
Astrid Byro and Paul Floyd. Bookcase. CVu, 26(2):15–16, May 2014. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[196]
Roger Orr. View from without the Chair. CVu, 26(2):16, May 2014. (PDF)
[197]
Steve Love. The ecumenical programmer. CVu, 26(1):1, March 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
[198]
Glen Fury. Where Linq contains a defect. CVu, 26(1):3–6, March 2014. Glen Fury shares his investigation of a hidden defect. (PDF)
[199]
Chris Oldwood. Software archaeology. CVu, 26(1):7–8, March 2014. Chris Oldwood digs up some ancient remains. (PDF)
[200]
Pete Goodliffe. Wallowing in filth. CVu, 26(1):9–11, March 2014. Pete Goodliffe sinks into some terrible code. (PDF)
[201]
Silas S. Brown. The soundtrack to code 2: Going classical. CVu, 26(1):11, March 2014. Silas S. Brown gives us his taken on ‘Music for Coding’. (PDF)
[202]
Chris Oldwood. Developer freedom. CVu, 26(1):12–14, March 2014. Chris Oldwood muses on the liberties we should and should not enjoy. (PDF)
[203]
Vsevolod Vlaskine. Staying in touch: Performative negotiation. CVu, 26(1):15–17, March 2014. Vsevolod Vlaskine joins the dots between three practices to reduce technical cost. (PDF)
[204]
Silas S. Brown. From Raspberry Pi to the cloud. CVu, 26(1):17–18, March 2014. Silas S. Brown shares his experiences with porting to AppEngine and OpenShift. (PDF)
[205]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 26(1):19–20, March 2014. Mark Radford looks at some features of the next C++ Standard. (PDF)
[206]
Roger Orr, Juan Antonio Zaratiegui Vallecillo, Hushan Jia, Paul Floyd, Giuseppe Vacanti, Marcel Marré, Jan Ubben, and Herman Pijl. Code critique competition 85. CVu, 26(1):20–23, March 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[207]
Astrid Byro. Bookcase. CVu, 26(1):24, March 2014. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[208]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 26(1):24, March 2014. (PDF)
[209]
Steve Love. On being ignorant. CVu, 25(6):1, January 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
[210]
Pete Goodliffe. Speak up!. CVu, 25(6):3–5, January 2014. Pete Goodliffe speaks on communication. (PDF)
[211]
Chris Oldwood. Social networking. CVu, 25(6):6, January 2014. Chris Oldwood describes more of the tools of his trade. (PDF)
[212]
Adam Tornhill. The soundtrack to code. CVu, 25(6):7–9, January 2014. Adam Tornhill takes a look at the relationship between music and concentration. (PDF)
[213]
Charles Tolman. Phenomenal software development. CVu, 25(6):9–10, January 2014. Charles Tolman considers the philosophical implications of software development. (PDF)
[214]
Jez Higgins. An unexpected journey. CVu, 25(6):11–13, January 2014. Jez Higgins finds treasure in the new Java. (PDF)
[215]
Richard Polton. Generating code from a unit test (part 3). CVu, 25(6):14–18, January 2014. Richard Polton generates the code to pass his unit tests. (PDF)
[216]
Vsevolod Vlaskine. Architectureless software design. CVu, 25(6):18–20, January 2014. Vsevolod Vlaskine explores some ideas of simplicity in software design. (PDF)
[217]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 25(6):20, January 2014. Mark Radford reports on the latest from C++14 standardisation. (PDF)
[218]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Björn Fahller, Ken Duffill, James Byattand, Carl Gibbs, Brian Ravnsgaard Riis, Emil Nordén, Joe Wood, and Balog Pal. Code critique competition 84. CVu, 25(6):21–31, January 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[219]
Astrid Byro, Paul Johnson, Alan Lenton, Andrew Marlow, and Gail Ollis. Bookcase. CVu, 25(6):32–35, January 2014. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[220]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 25(6):36, January 2014. (PDF)
[221]
Steve Love. IInterface and other religions. CVu, 25(5):1, November 2013. Editorial. (PDF)
[222]
Pete Goodliffe. The ethical programmer (part 2). CVu, 25(5):3–4, November 2013. Pete Goodliffe acts ethically. Again. (PDF)
[223]
Andy Burgess. Trying Python for size (part 1). CVu, 25(5):5–7, November 2013. Andy Burgess takes his first steps in Python. (PDF)
[224]
Silas S. Brown. The Windows XP threat: A call to action. CVu, 25(5):7–8, November 2013. Silas S. Brown brings an imminent problem to our attention. (PDF)
[225]
Chris Oldwood. Static code analysis. CVu, 25(5):9–10, November 2013. Chris Oldwood wants more than just syntax checking. (PDF)
[226]
Richard Polton. Generating code from a unit test, part the second. CVu, 25(5):10–13, November 2013. Richard Polton continues his quest to generate code from tests. (PDF)
[227]
Dirk Haun. Why we need to reconsider how we do technical presentations. CVu, 25(5):14, November 2013. Dirk Haun makes a case for doing presentations differently. (PDF)
[228]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 25(5):15, November 2013. Mark Radford reports the latest from the C++ Standards meetings. (PDF)
[229]
Roger Orr, Juan Antonio Zaratiegui Vallecillo, Russel Winder, and Balog Pál. Code critique competition 84. CVu, 25(5):16–18, November 2013. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[230]
Paul Grenyer. Norfolk Developers Conference. CVu, 25(5):19–20, November 2013. Paul Grenyer presents the Norfolk Developers Conference. (PDF)
[231]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 25(5):20, November 2013. (PDF)
[232]
Steve Love. Oss enterprise. CVu, 25(4):1, September 2013. Editorial. (PDF)
[233]
Pete Goodliffe. The ethical programmer. CVu, 25(4):3–4, September 2013. Pete Goodliffe follows his moral compass. (PDF)
[234]
Vsevolod Vlaskine. Two sides of the code. CVu, 25(4):5–7, September 2013. Vsevolod Vlaskine takes a critical look at the language of programming. (PDF)
[235]
Chris Oldwood. Pen and paper. CVu, 25(4):7–8, September 2013. Chris Oldwood finds uses for old-fashioned tools. (PDF)
[236]
Richard Polton. Testing times. CVu, 25(4):9–11, September 2013. Richard Polton looks at unit tests from a different perspective. (PDF)
[237]
Chris Oldwood. (re)reading the classics. CVu, 25(4):11–12, September 2013. Chris Oldwood looks back at his favourite literature. (PDF)
[238]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Phil Nash, Peter Sommerlad, Mirko Stocker, and Balog Pal. Code critique competition 83. CVu, 25(4):13–16, September 2013. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[239]
Various. Two pence worth. CVu, 25(4):16, September 2013. An opportunity to share your pearls of wisdom with us. (PDF)
[240]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 25(4):17, September 2013. Mark Radford reports on the latest from C++14 Standardisation. (PDF)
[241]
Richard Polton. The reward. CVu, 25(4):19, September 2013. Richard Polton writes in suggesting how we might encourage good code. (PDF)
[242]
Astrid Byro, Stefan Turalski, Alex Paterson, and Bob Corrick. Bookcase. CVu, 25(4):19–20, September 2013. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[243]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 25(4):20, September 2013. (PDF)
[244]
Steve Love. A beginner again. CVu, 25(3):1, July 2013. Editorial. (PDF)
[245]
Vsevolod Vlaskine. On software design, space, and visuality. CVu, 25(3):3–4, July 2013. Vsevolod Vlaskine examines the motivations behind design visualisation. (PDF)
[246]
Chris Oldwood. Passionate about programming or passionate about life?. CVu, 25(3):4–5, July 2013. Chris Oldwood takes up the baton in the Passionate debate. (PDF)
[247]
Anthony Williams. All the world’s a stage... CVu, 25(3):6–10, July 2013. Anthony Williams shows how Actors simplify multithreaded code in C++11. (PDF)
[248]
Becky Grenier. How I wrote my first technical presentation. CVu, 25(3):11, July 2013. Becky Grenier shares her preparations for giving a tech talk. (PDF)
[249]
Chris Oldwood. Wrapper scripts. CVu, 25(3):12–14, July 2013. Chris Oldwood automates his toolkit for an easier and more predictable life. (PDF)
[250]
Pete Goodliffe. The ghost of a codebase past. CVu, 25(3):15–16, July 2013. Pete Goodliffe leads us down memory lane. (PDF)
[251]
Roger Orr, Pawel Zakrzewski, and Balog Pál. Code critique competition 82. CVu, 25(3):17–21, July 2013. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[252]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 25(3):22, July 2013. Mark Radford examines a knotty issue of lifetime facing the C++ standards committee. (PDF)
[253]
Anna-Jayne Metcalfe. ACCU conference 2013. CVu, 25(3):23–25, July 2013. shares her conference experience. (PDF)
[254]
Frances Buontempo. Inspiration [p]article. CVu, 25(3):25, July 2013. Frances Buontempo shares a story about how engaging with someone can be fun and rewarding. (PDF)
[255]
Astrid Byro, Ian Bruntlett, Paul Johnson, and Alan Lenton. Bookcase. CVu, 25(3):26–27, July 2013. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[256]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 25(3):28, July 2013. (PDF)
[257]
Steve Love. The new informs the old. CVu, 25(2):1, May 2013. Editorial. (PDF)
[258]
Pete Goodliffe. Bug hunting. CVu, 25(2):3–5, May 2013. Pete Goodliffe implores us to debug effectively. (PDF)
[259]
Filip van Laenen. Tar-based back-ups. CVu, 25(2):6–7, May 2013. Filip van Laenen rolls his own with some simple tools. (PDF)
[260]
Chris Oldwood. ACCU conference 2013. CVu, 25(2):8–9, May 2013. Chris Oldwood shares his experiences from this year’s conference. (PDF)
[261]
Paul F. Johnson. Writing a cross platform mobile app in C#. CVu, 25(2):10–11, May 2013. Paul F. Johnson uses Mono to attain portability. (PDF)
[262]
Richard Polton. Let’s talk about trees. CVu, 25(2):12–16, May 2013. Richard Polton puts n-ary trees to use parsing XML. (PDF)
[263]
Chris Oldwood. Team chat. CVu, 25(2):16–17, May 2013. Chris Oldwood considers the benefits of social media in the workplace. (PDF)
[264]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 25(2):18, May 2013. Mark Radford looks at some features of the next C++ Standard. (PDF)
[265]
Roger Orr. Code critique competition 81. CVu, 25(2):19–21, May 2013. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[266]
Astrid Byro, Alan Lenton, and Paul F. Johnson. Bookcase. CVu, 25(2):22–23, May 2013. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[267]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 25(2):24, May 2013. (PDF)
[268]
Martin Janzen. Letter to the editor. CVu, 25(2):24, May 2013. (PDF)
[269]
Steve Love. Slave to the grind. CVu, 25(1):1, March 2013. Editorial. (PDF)
[270]
Joana Simoes. Help!. CVu, 25(1):3–6, March 2013. Joana Simoes demonstrates some features of the Qt framework for help files. (PDF)
[271]
Chris Oldwood. The downs and ups of being an ACCU member. CVu, 25(1):6–7, March 2013. Chris Oldwood reflects on what the ACCU’s ever done for him. (PDF)
[272]
Pete Goodliffe. The art of software development. CVu, 25(1):8–9, March 2013. Pete Goodliffe illustrates development practices. Becoming a Better Programmer # 79. (PDF)
[273]
Chris Oldwood. In the tool box – introduction. CVu, 25(1):10, March 2013. Chris Oldwood introduces a column about his weapons of choice. (PDF)
[274]
Derek Jones. Impact of semantic association on information recall performance. CVu, 25(1):11–14, March 2013. Derek Jones concludes his analysis from the latest ACCU Conference experiment. (PDF)
[275]
Richard Polton. Comparing algorithms. CVu, 25(1):15–17, March 2013. Richard Polton takes different approaches to a well-known problem. (PDF)
[276]
Roger Orr, Henrik Austad, Jon Kalb, Balog Pál, Pete Disdale, Martin Moene, and Pawel Zakrzewski. Code critique competition 80. CVu, 25(1):18–24, March 2013. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[277]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 25(1):25, March 2013. Mark Radford looks at some features of the next C++ Standard. (PDF)
[278]
Jez Higgins, Neil Youngman, and Stefan Turalski. Bookcase. CVu, 25(1):26–27, March 2013. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[279]
Paul Grenyer. East Anglia MongoDB user group. CVu, 25(1):26, March 2013. Paul Grenyer reviews the inaugural local meeting. (PDF)
[280]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 25(1):27, March 2013. (PDF)
[281]
Giovanni Asproni. The AGM and the proposed new constitution. CVu, 25(1):28, March 2013. (PDF)
[282]
Steve Love. For the sake of it. CVu, 24(6):1, January 2013. Editorial. (PDF)
[283]
Derek Jones. Impact of semantic association on information recall performance (part 1). CVu, 24(6):3–8, January 2013. Derek Jones presents the analysis from his ACCU Conference experiment. (PDF)
[284]
Pete Goodliffe. Navigating a route. CVu, 24(6):9–10, January 2013. Pete Goodliffe helps us to work on a new codebase. (PDF)
[285]
Frances Buontempo. Hello world in JavaScript. CVu, 24(6):11–12, January 2013. Frances Buontempo demonstrates how to unit-test a simple JavaScript program. (PDF)
[286]
Richard Polton. The composition pattern and the monad. CVu, 24(6):12–17, January 2013. Richard Polton explains how Monads can reduce complexity. (PDF)
[287]
Roger Orr, Peter Sommerlad, Joe Wood, Huw Lewis, Aleksandra Mierzejewska, and Michal. Code critique competition 79. CVu, 24(6):18–22, January 2013. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[288]
Chris Oldwood and Paul Grenyer. Regional meetings. CVu, 24(6):23–24, January 2013. Chris Oldwood rounds up a whole series of talks from ACCU London, and Paul Grenyer gives us SyncNorwich. (PDF)
[289]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 24(6):25, January 2013. Mark Radford reports the latest from C++ Standardisation. (PDF)
[290]
Various authors. Two pence worth. CVu, 24(6):25, January 2013. An opportunity to share your pearls of wisdom with us. (PDF)
[291]
Ed Sykes. Desert island books. CVu, 24(6):26, January 2013. Ed Sykes finds things to read on a Desert Island. (PDF)
[292]
Alexander Demin and Paul Floyd. Bookcase. CVu, 24(6):27, January 2013. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[293]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 24(6):28, January 2013. (PDF)
[294]
Steve Love. Not doing the wrong thing. CVu, 24(5):1, November 2012. Editorial. (PDF)
[295]
Roger Orr. Using the Unix ptrace API. CVu, 24(5):3–7, November 2012. Roger Orr exposes the Unix debugging API. (PDF)
[296]
Richard Polton. Functional decomposition. CVu, 24(5):8–15, November 2012. Richard Polton looks at more functional techniques for reducing duplication. (PDF)
[297]
Huw Lloyd. The contradictions of technical recruitment. CVu, 24(5):16–19, November 2012. reflects on the interview process. (PDF)
[298]
Pete Goodliffe. The advanced coding test. CVu, 24(5):20–21, November 2012. Pete Goodliffe drives his point home. (PDF)
[299]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 24(5):22, November 2012. Mark Radford reports the latest from the next version of C++. (PDF)
[300]
Paul Grenyer. Agile east anglia: A short history. CVu, 24(5):23, November 2012. Paul Grenyer gives us a potted history of a local group from its inception in December 2011. (PDF)
[301]
Roger Orr. Code critique competition 78. CVu, 24(5):24–27, November 2012. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[302]
Various. Two pence worth. CVu, 24(5):27, November 2012. An opportunity to share your pearls of wisdom with us. (PDF)
[303]
Jez Higgins, Paul Grenyer, Fred Youhanaie, Paul Floyd, Chris Oldwood, and Adam Petersen. Bookcase. CVu, 24(5):28–30, November 2012. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[304]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 24(5):31, November 2012. (PDF)
[305]
Giovanni Asproni. Secretary’s report. CVu, 24(5):31, November 2012. (PDF)
[306]
Steve Love. Different strokes. CVu, 24(4):1, September 2012. Editorial. (PDF)
[307]
Pete Goodliffe. The curious case of the frozen code. CVu, 24(4):3–5, September 2012. Pete Goodliffe describes the vagaries of the ‘code freeze’. (PDF)
[308]
Robert Bentall. Learning and applying the Personal Software Process. CVu, 24(4):6–9, September 2012. Robert Bentall shares his experiences from learning to measure his own performance. (PDF)
[309]
Matthew Wilson. Anatomy of a CLI program written in C. CVu, 24(4):10–20, September 2012. Matthew Wilson dissects a simple console application to reveal hidden complexity. (PDF)
[310]
Richard Polton. Patterns and active patterns. CVu, 24(4):21–23, September 2012. Richard Polton continues to explore how functional style can improve imperative programs. (PDF)
[311]
Paul Grenyer. Keeping up-to-date. CVu, 24(4):24, September 2012. Paul Grenyer reflects on what we need to do to stay on top of things. (PDF)
[312]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, and Huw Lewis. Code critique competition 77. CVu, 24(4):25–29, September 2012. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[313]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 24(4):29, September 2012. Mark Radford presents the latest news from the ongoing C++ Standards process. (PDF)
[314]
Mark Ridgewell. Desert island books. CVu, 24(4):30–31, September 2012. Mark Ridgewell packs for the island. (PDF)
[315]
Thomas Guest. ACCU Bristol & Bath launched. CVu, 24(4):30, September 2012. Thomas Guest reports from the inaugural meeting. (PDF)
[316]
Jez Higgins, Stephen Jackson, and Bob Corrick. Bookcase. CVu, 24(4):31–32, September 2012. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[317]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 24(4):32, September 2012. (PDF)
[318]
Steve Love. Flesh on bones. CVu, 24(3):1, July 2012. Editorial. (PDF)
[319]
Seweryn Habdank-Wojewódzki and Adam Petersen. Development fuel: Software testing in the large. CVu, 24(3):3–7, July 2012. Seweryn Habdank-Wojewódzki and Adam Petersen have some advice for testing large systems. (PDF)
[320]
Nick Sabalausky. Metaprogramming plus: The flexibility enhancements. CVu, 24(3):8–15, July 2012. Nick Sabalausky writes more no-compromise code by metaprogramming in D. (PDF)
[321]
Chris Oldwood. ACCU conference 2012. CVu, 24(3):16–17, July 2012. Chris Oldwood recalls his experiences of the ACCU 2012 conference. (PDF)
[322]
Pete Goodliffe. The art of software development. CVu, 24(3):18–20, July 2012. Pete Goodliffe vents the modern developer angst. (PDF)
[323]
Richard Polton. Patterns and anti-patterns – factorisation. CVu, 24(3):20–22, July 2012. Richard Polton shows how redundant code can be removed by factoring to a functional style. (PDF)
[324]
Paul Grenyer and Mick Brooks. Desert island books. CVu, 24(3):23, July 2012. Mick Brooks shares what he will take to the island. (PDF)
[325]
Roger Orr, jingyu_chen, Paul Floyd, Helmut Wais, and Balog Pál. Code critique competition 76. CVu, 24(3):24–29, July 2012. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[326]
Mark Radford. Standards report. CVu, 24(3):29, July 2012. Mark Radford reports on the latest developments for the C++ standard. (PDF)
[327]
Ian Bruntlett and Francis Glassborow. Bookcase. CVu, 24(3):30–32, July 2012. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[328]
Alan Griffiths. View from the chair. CVu, 24(3):32, July 2012. (PDF)
[329]
Steve Love. Dedicated follower of fashion. CVu, 24(2):1, May 2012. Editorial. (PDF)
[330]
Joana Simoes. Some thoughts on writing a scientific application. CVu, 24(2):3–5, May 2012. Joana Simoes reflects on the challenges in writing software for scientists. (PDF)
[331]
Pete Goodliffe. Our differences make us stronger. CVu, 24(2):6–8, May 2012. Pete Goodliffe works with QA to produce great software. (PDF)
[332]
Nick Sabalausky. Have your efficiency, and flexibility too. CVu, 24(2):9–17, May 2012. Nick Sabalausky writes no-compromise code by metaprogramming with D. (PDF)
[333]
Paul Grenyer and Lisa Crispin. Desert island books. CVu, 24(2):18–19, May 2012. Lisa Crispin is marooned on the island. (PDF)
[334]
David Mansergh. ACCU Oxford. CVu, 24(2):19, May 2012. An evening of lightning talks, reviewed by David Mansergh. (PDF)
[335]
Roger Orr, Peter Sommerlad, Herman Pijl, and Seweryn Habdank-Wojewódzki. Code critique competition 75. CVu, 24(2):20–25, May 2012. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[336]
Steve Love. Where is ACCU going?. CVu, 24(2):25, May 2012. Steve Love invites you to exert some influence. (PDF)
[337]
Jez Higgins, Paul Floyd, Paul Grenyer, Guiseppe Vacanti, and Alexander Demin. Bookcase. CVu, 24(2):26–27, May 2012. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[338]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 24(2):27, May 2012. (PDF)
[339]
Steve Love. Too clever by half. CVu, 24(1):1, March 2012. Editorial. (PDF)
[340]
Alexander Demin. A book turned me into a programmer. CVu, 24(1):3, March 2012. Alexander Demin shares his relationship with the book that got him started. (PDF)
[341]
Pete Goodliffe. Getting one past the goalpost. CVu, 24(1):4–5, March 2012. Pete Goodliffe explains why the QA team are your friends. (PDF)
[342]
Derek Jones. Effect of risk attitudes on recall of assignment statements (part 2). CVu, 24(1):6–10, March 2012. Derek Jones concludes his report of the ACCU 2011 Conference Developer Experiments. (PDF)
[343]
Steven Schveighoffer. Using D slices. CVu, 24(1):10–13, March 2012. Steven Schveighoffer looks at slices in D and shows why they’re not arrays. (PDF)
[344]
Omar Bashir. Holiday rules. CVu, 24(1):14–19, March 2012. Omar Bashir provides an implementation of calendars and holiday rules in Java. (PDF)
[345]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Alan Bellingham, Simon Farnsworth, Matthew Wilson, Barry Nichols, Graham Patterson, and Huw Lewis. Code critique competition 74. CVu, 24(1):20–28, March 2012. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[346]
Ric Parkin. Time for a change?. CVu, 24(1):28, March 2012. Ric Parkin feels some ‘new blood’ is needed to help keep Overload at the top. (PDF)
[347]
Francis Glassborow and Derek Jones. Desert island books. CVu, 24(1):29–30, March 2012. Francis Glassborow maroons Derek Jones on our desert island. (PDF)
[348]
Paul Floyd and Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 24(1):30–31, March 2012. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[349]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 24(1):32, March 2012. (PDF)
[350]
Seve Love. Resolution. CVu, 23(6):1, January 2012. Editorial. (PDF)
[351]
Pete Goodliffe. Coping with complexity. CVu, 23(6):3–5, January 2012. Pete Goodliffe helps us to pick our battles. (PDF)
[352]
Richard Harris. On a game of lucky sevens. CVu, 23(6):5, January 2012. A student performs his analysis. (PDF)
[353]
Robert Clipsham. Getting more fiber in your diet. CVu, 23(6):6–9, January 2012. Robert Clipsham shows the benefits of fibers in D. (PDF)
[354]
Roger Orr. Using the Windows debugging API on Windows 64. CVu, 23(6):10–14, January 2012. Roger Orr finds smoke and mirrors inside 64-bit Windows. (PDF)
[355]
Frances Buontempo. How to be dispensable. CVu, 23(6):14–15, January 2012. Frances Buontempo considers the virtue of being non-essential. (PDF)
[356]
Peter Hammond. Writing a Bazaar plugin. CVu, 23(6):15–18, January 2012. Peter Hammond makes Bazaar do more than version control. (PDF)
[357]
Derek Jones. Effect of risk attitudes on recall of assignment statements (part 1). CVu, 23(6):19–22, January 2012. Derek Jones reveals the results of his ACCU 2011 Conference developer experiments. (PDF)
[358]
Matthew Wilson. An introduction to CLASP, part 1: C. CVu, 23(6):23–32, January 2012. Matthew Wilson presents a cure for his command line blues. (PDF)
[359]
Roger Orr and Ola Mierzejewska. Desert island books. CVu, 23(6):33, January 2012. In this issue, Roger Orr kindly introduces Ola Mierzejewska on my behalf. (PDF)
[360]
Frances Love. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 23(6):34, January 2012. Doctor Love finds inspiration in the simple things. (PDF)
[361]
Frances Buontempo. ACCU London – November 2011. CVu, 23(6):34, January 2012. Frances Buontempo reports on a recent meeting. (PDF)
[362]
Roger Orr. Code critique competition 73. CVu, 23(6):35–39, January 2012. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[363]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 23(6):40, January 2012. (PDF)
[364]
Roger Orr. The 24th ACCU AGM. CVu, 23(6):30, January 2012. Acting Secretary, ACCU. (PDF)
[365]
Steve Love. Language barrier. CVu, 23(5):1, November 2011. Editorial. (PDF)
[366]
Pete Goodliffe. How to pick your programming language. CVu, 23(5):3, November 2011. Pete Goodliffe helps us make an important decision. (PDF)
[367]
Jonathan M. Davis. Introduction to std.datetime in D. CVu, 23(5):4–9, November 2011. Jonathan M Davis describes his contribution to Phobos, the D Standard Lib. (PDF)
[368]
Richard Harris. A game of lucky sevens. CVu, 23(5):10, November 2011. Baron Muncharris invites us to solve a new puzzle. (PDF)
[369]
Richard Harris. On a game of path finding. CVu, 23(5):11, November 2011. Our student analyses the Baron’s last challenge. (PDF)
[370]
Paul Grenyer. Review of effective C# item 15: Utilize using and try-finally for resource clean-up. CVu, 23(5):12–13, November 2011. Paul Grenyer gets to grips with the Dispose pattern. (PDF)
[371]
Daniel James. Enum – a misnomer. CVu, 23(5):14–17, November 2011. Daniel James exposes enum as unsuitable for enumeration. (PDF)
[372]
Simon Salter. Intelligent software design. CVu, 23(5):17, November 2011. Simon Salter receives divine inspiration for a satirical view of the design process. (PDF)
[373]
Frances Love. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 23(5):18, November 2011. Frances Love introduces Paul Grenyer. (PDF)
[374]
Roger Orr. C++ standards report 11. CVu, 23(5):18, November 2011. Roger Orr reports on the new C++ standard. (PDF)
[375]
Paul Grenyer and Roger Orr. Desert island books. CVu, 23(5):19–20, November 2011. Roger Orr shares the contents of his suitcase. (PDF)
[376]
Anthony Williams. Memories of learning C. CVu, 23(5):20, November 2011. Anthony Williams recalls his first experiences of C. (PDF)
[377]
Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Peter Sommerlad, Balog Pal, Huw Lewis, and Frances Buontempo. Code critique competition 72. CVu, 23(5):21–27, November 2011. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[378]
Jez Higgins, Daniel Higgins, and Paul Reviewed by Grenyer. Bookcase. CVu, 23(5):27–28, November 2011. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[379]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 23(5):28, November 2011. (PDF)
[380]
Steve Love. Forgotten old hat. CVu, 23(4):1, September 2011. Editorial. (PDF)
[381]
Matthew Wilson. Enumerating experiences. CVu, 23(4):3–11, September 2011. Matthew Wilson uncovers some traps and pitfalls with enumerations in C and C++. (PDF)
[382]
Richard Harris. A game of path finding. CVu, 23(4):12, September 2011. Baron Muncharris sets a challenge. (PDF)
[383]
Richard Harris. On a game of one against many. CVu, 23(4):13–14, September 2011. A student performs his analysis. (PDF)
[384]
Pete Goodliffe. Smarter, not harder. CVu, 23(4):15–16, September 2011. Pete Goodliffe helps us to pick our battles. (PDF)
[385]
David Simcha. Concurrency, parallelism and D. CVu, 23(4):17–19, September 2011. David Simcha explains message passing for parallel programs in D. (PDF)
[386]
Adam Petersen. Code patterns. CVu, 23(4):20–21, September 2011. Adam Petersen sees value in the visual shape of the code. (PDF)
[387]
Paul Grenyer. An introduction to the Windows Presentation Foundation with the Model-View-ViewModel (part 2). CVu, 23(4):21–25, September 2011. Paul Grenyer wraps up the introduction to WPF. (PDF)
[388]
Roger Orr. Code critique competition 71. CVu, 23(4):26–30, September 2011. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[389]
Roger Orr. Standards report C++11. CVu, 23(4):31, September 2011. Roger Orr reports on the new C++ standard. (PDF)
[390]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 23(4):32, September 2011. (PDF)
[391]
Chris Oldwood. Regional meetings: ACCU london. CVu, 23(4):32, September 2011. Chris Oldwood reflects on a recent London event. (PDF)
[392]
Steve Love. Screen test. CVu, 23(3):1, July 2011. Editorial. (PDF)
[393]
Pete Goodliffe. It’s the thought that accounts. CVu, 23(3):3–4, July 2011. Pete Goodliffe encourages us to craft great code. Using other people. (PDF)
[394]
Richard Harris. An analysis of a game of divisions. CVu, 23(3):5–6, July 2011. The Baron’s student acquaintance analyses the game. (PDF)
[395]
Richard Harris. A game of one against many. CVu, 23(3):7, July 2011. Baron Muncharris is offered a wager. (PDF)
[396]
Francis Glassborow. All from a telephone call. CVu, 23(3):8–9, July 2011. Francis Glassborow reflects on the origins of ACCU. (PDF)
[397]
Paul Grenyer. An introduction to the Windows Presentation Foundation with the Model-View-ViewModel (part 1). CVu, 23(3):10–18, July 2011. Paul Grenyer introduces core patterns for WPF development. (PDF)
[398]
Chris O’Dell and Paul Grenyer. One test or two?. CVu, 23(3):19, July 2011. Chris O’Dell and Paul Grenyer debate the best granularity for units. (PDF)
[399]
Alexander Demin. Perforce cross-platform patcher. CVu, 23(3):20–21, July 2011. Alexander Demin demonstrates a deployment tool for Perforce. (PDF)
[400]
Simon Sebright. A software experience. CVu, 23(3):22–23, July 2011. Simon Sebright shares his frustrations with popular tools. (PDF)
[401]
Giovanni Asproni. Goodbye from the conference chair. CVu, 23(3):23, July 2011. Giovanni Asproni takes his last bow. (PDF)
[402]
Roger Orr. Code critique competition 70. CVu, 23(3):24–26, July 2011. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[403]
Paul Grenyer and James Byatt. Desert island books. CVu, 23(3):27–29, July 2011. James Byatt shares the contents of his suitcase. (PDF)
[404]
Paul Grenyer. Mentored developers update. CVu, 23(3):29, July 2011. Paul Grenyer outlines the latest projects. (PDF)
[405]
Roger Orr. Standards report: C++0x. CVu, 23(3):30, July 2011. Roger Orr brings us up to date with the latest news. (PDF)
[406]
Jez Higgins, Paul Grenyer, Ian Bruntlett, and Steve Love. Bookcase. CVu, 23(3):31–32, July 2011. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[407]
Steve Love. Coincidence and convergence. CVu, 23(2):1, May 2011. (PDF)
[408]
Richard Harris. A game of divisions. CVu, 23(2):3, May 2011. Baron Muncharris sets a challenge. (PDF)
[409]
Seb Rose. Testing times. CVu, 23(2):4–7, May 2011. Seb Rose shows that unit tests are for everyone. (PDF)
[410]
Richard Harris. On a game of blockade. CVu, 23(2):7, May 2011. A student performs his analysis. (PDF)
[411]
Yechiel Kimchi. Coding standards for software correctness. CVu, 23(2):8–11, May 2011. Yechiel Kimchi divides and conquers. (PDF)
[412]
Alexander Demin. Concurrent programming in go. CVu, 23(2):12–16, May 2011. Alexander Demin examines Google’s Go language. (PDF)
[413]
Pete Goodliffe. Relish the challenge. CVu, 23(2):16–17, May 2011. Pete Goodliffe encourages us to seek out a new challenge. (PDF)
[414]
Chris Oldwood. ACCU 2011 conference. CVu, 23(2):18–19, May 2011. Chris Oldwood shares his experiences. (PDF)
[415]
Roger Orr and Pete Disdale. Code critique competition 69. CVu, 23(2):19–21, May 2011. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[416]
Chris O’Dell. Desert island books. CVu, 23(2):22–23, May 2011. Chris O’Dell makes her selection. (PDF)
[417]
Jez Higgins, Joes Staal, Paul Grenyer, and Paul Floyd. Bookcase. CVu, 23(2):23–24, May 2011. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[418]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 23(2):24, May 2011. (PDF)
[419]
Steve Love. What was, what is, and what may be. CVu, 23(1):1, March 2011. Editorial. (PDF)
[420]
Alexander Demin. The first little step into test-driven development. CVu, 23(1):2–7, March 2011. Alexander Demin takes a good look at Google Test. (PDF)
[421]
Pete Goodliffe. Many-festos. CVu, 23(1):8, March 2011. Pete Goodliffe crafts one manifesto to rule them all. (PDF)
[422]
Richard Harris. A game of blockade. CVu, 23(1):9, March 2011. Baron Muncharris sets a challenge. (PDF)
[423]
Richard Harris. On a game of tug o’ war. CVu, 23(1):10, March 2011. A student performs his analysis. (PDF)
[424]
Matthew Wilson. Further experiments in string switching. CVu, 23(1):11–13, March 2011. Matthew Wilson finds adding requirements can be agreeably easy. (PDF)
[425]
Roger Orr. Using the windows debugging API. CVu, 23(1):13–17, March 2011. Roger Orr reveals the magic of Windows Debuggers. (PDF)
[426]
Stephen Baynes. What is in a name?. CVu, 23(1):18, March 2011. Stephen Baynes examines just how important a name is. (PDF)
[427]
Jon Jagger. The Kanban ones games. CVu, 23(1):19, March 2011. Jon Jagger describes a game revealing team behaviour. (PDF)
[428]
Frances Love. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 23(1):20, March 2011. Dr Love introduces Chris Oldwood. (PDF)
[429]
Paul Grenyer. ACCU mentored developers project. CVu, 23(1):20, March 2011. Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests. (PDF)
[430]
Paul Grenyer and Nat Pryce. Desert island books. CVu, 23(1):21, March 2011. Nat Pryce makes his selection. (PDF)
[431]
Chris Oldwood and Steve Love. ACCU regional meetings. CVu, 23(1):22, March 2011. This time the spotlight falls on London. (PDF)
[432]
Roger Orr, Peter Sommerlad, and Huw Lewis. Code critique competition 68. CVu, 23(1):23–27, March 2011. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[433]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 23(1):28, March 2011. (PDF)
[434]
Alan Bellingham, Secretary ACCU. The 23rd AGM. CVu, 23(1):28, March 2011. (PDF)
[435]
Paul Grenyer. Look at the princess. CVu, 22(6):1, January 2011. (PDF)
[436]
Kevlin Henney. Sustainable space. CVu, 22(6):3, January 2011. Kevlin Henney shares a code layout pattern. (PDF)
[437]
Chris O’Dell. Experiences of pair programming. CVu, 22(6):4, January 2011. Chris O’Dell shares her experiences of pair programming. (PDF)
[438]
Jon Jagger. Hotel room to train carriage. CVu, 22(6):6, January 2011. Jon Jagger shares some illuminating musings. (PDF)
[439]
Pete Goodliffe. When it’s done, it’s done. CVu, 22(6):5–7, January 2011. Pete Goodliffe implores us to stop. When it’s time to. (PDF)
[440]
Richard Harris. A game of tug o’ war. CVu, 22(6):9, January 2011. Baron Muncharris sets a challenge. (PDF)
[441]
Richard Harris. On a game of roulette. CVu, 22(6):9–10, January 2011. A student analyses the Baron’s last puzzle. (PDF)
[442]
Russell Winder. Somno, the barber of clapham junction, introduces gpars. CVu, 22(6):11–22, January 2011. Russell Winder introduces concurrency techniques in Groovy. (PDF)
[443]
Colin Hersom. A foray into CMake. CVu, 22(6):22–23, January 2011. Colin Hersom tells us of his experience using CMake for the first time. (PDF)
[444]
Giovanni Asproni. Agile Cambridge 2010. CVu, 22(6):24, January 2011. Giovanni Asproni gives us an alternative view of Agile Cambridge 2010. (PDF)
[445]
Frances Buontempo and Dr Love. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 22(6):24, January 2011. Dr Love introduces Sue Black. (PDF)
[446]
Paul Grenyer and Rachel Davies. Desert island books. CVu, 22(6):25, January 2011. Rachel Davies shares her choice of books and music. (PDF)
[447]
Roger Orr, Chris Main, Peter Sommerlad, and Huw Lewis. Code critique competition 67. CVu, 22(6):26–30, January 2011. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
[448]
Jez Higgins, Paul Floyd, Giuseppe Vacanti, Paul Grenyer, and Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 22(6):30–32, January 2011. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[449]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 22(6):32, January 2011. (PDF)
[450]
Steve Love. What’s it like?. CVu, 22(5):1, November 2010. Editorial. (PDF)
[451]
Richard Harris. A game of roulette. CVu, 22(5):3, November 2010. The Baron has two games to play. (PDF)
[452]
Richard Harris. On a game of chase. CVu, 22(5):4–5, November 2010. The Baron’s student acquaintance analyses his previous game. (PDF)
[453]
Paul Floyd. A comparison of boolean flags. CVu, 22(5):6–8, November 2010. Paul Floyd compares different ways of representing flags in C++. (PDF)
[454]
Jon Jagger. What is code-dojo?. CVu, 22(5):9–10, November 2010. Jon Jagger explains a way to practise our coding skills. (PDF)
[455]
Pete Goodliffe. This time i’ve got it... CVu, 22(5):10–11, November 2010. Pete Goodliffe tells us a story of stress, short-sightedness, and solutions. (PDF)
[456]
Paul Grenyer and Alan Stokes. Desert island books. CVu, 22(5):12–13, November 2010. Alan Stokes chooses to take old friends with him. (PDF)
[457]
Frances Buontempo and Steve Love. Inspiration (p)articles. CVu, 22(5):13, November 2010. Frances Buontempo continues her quest for positive experiences. (PDF)
[458]
Roger Orr, Huw Lewis, and Paul Floyd. Code critique competition 66. CVu, 22(5):14–17, November 2010. Set and collated by Roger Orr. (PDF)
[459]
Paul Grenyer, James A. Whittaker, Allan Kelly, Jason Gorman, Steve Freeman, Andrew Jackman, Jon Jagger, Rachel Davies, Giovanni Asproni, and Chris Oldwood. Regional meetings. CVu, 22(5):18–19, November 2010. A round-up of what’s happened at an event near you! (PDF)
[460]
Alan Griffiths, Paul Grenyer, Paul Floyd, Robert Jones, Allan Kelly, David Pol Ahonen, and Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 22(5):20–23, November 2010. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[461]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 22(5):24, November 2010. (PDF)
[462]
Steve Love. A simple assignment. CVu, 22(4):1, September 2010. Editorial. (PDF)
[463]
Pete Goodliffe. People power. CVu, 22(4):3–4, September 2010. Pete Goodliffe shows us how to become better programmers. (PDF)
[464]
Matthew Wilson. Flexible function façades for C and C++. CVu, 22(4):5–12, September 2010. Matt Wilson presents a technique for compiling headers as C or C++ without changes. (PDF)
[465]
Jon Jagger. An interview with Jerry Weinberg. CVu, 22(4):13–14, September 2010. Jon Jagger asks the questions. (PDF)
[466]
Richard Harris. A game of chase. CVu, 22(4):15, September 2010. Baron Muncharris plays a two-horse race. (PDF)
[467]
Richard Harris. On a game of guesswork. CVu, 22(4):15–16, September 2010. A student performs his analysis. (PDF)
[468]
Roger Orr, Thaddaeus Frogley, Richard Polton, and Huw Lewis. Code critique competition 65. CVu, 22(4):17–20, September 2010. Set and collated by Roger Orr. (PDF)
[469]
Richard Polton. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 22(4):20, September 2010. Richard Polton discovers that a little thought and insight can save a lot of time. (PDF)
[470]
Paul Grenyer and Chris Oldwood. Desert island books. CVu, 22(4):21–22, September 2010. Chris Oldwood chooses his companions to take to the island. (PDF)
[471]
Jez Higgins, Gavin Heavyside, Derek M. Jones, and Alan Lenton. Bookcase. CVu, 22(4):23–24, September 2010. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[472]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 22(4):24, September 2010. (PDF)
[473]
Steve Love. Software construction site. CVu, 22(3):1, July 2010. Editorial. (PDF)
[474]
Xavier Nodet. Implementing one-to-many relations in C++. CVu, 22(3):3–7, July 2010. Xavier Nodet looks at managing relationships in C++. (PDF)
[475]
Pete Goodliffe. Software development in 2010. CVu, 22(3):8, July 2010. Pete Goodliffe helps shows us how to develop winning software. (PDF)
[476]
Matthew Wilson. Experiments in string switching. CVu, 22(3):9–11, July 2010. Matthew Wilson examines switching on strings. (PDF)
[477]
Ian Bruntlett. Competency scale. CVu, 22(3):12, July 2010. Ian Bruntlett thinks about expertise. (PDF)
[478]
John Fraser. Implication assert. CVu, 22(3):13–14, July 2010. John Fraser describes a novel use of assert. (PDF)
[479]
Richard Harris. A game of guesswork. CVu, 22(3):15, July 2010. Baron Muncharris sets a challenge. (PDF)
[480]
Richard Harris. On a game of nerve. CVu, 22(3):16–17, July 2010. The Baron’s acquaintance performs his analysis. (PDF)
[481]
Astrid Byro. 1st annual UK vintage computing festival. CVu, 22(3):17, July 2010. This was held at the National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park on 19th and 20th June 2010. (PDF)
[482]
Paul Grenyer and NN. Regional meetings. CVu, 22(3):18–19, July 2010. A round-up of happenings across the country. (PDF)
[483]
Paul Grenyer and Phil Bass. Desert island books. CVu, 22(3):19–21, July 2010. Phil Bass heads for the life boats. (PDF)
[484]
Roger Orr, Matthew Wilson, Paul Stephenson, Pete Disdale, Terry Whiterod, and Balog Pal. Code critique competition 64. CVu, 22(3):22–32, July 2010. Set and collated by Roger Orr. (PDF)
[485]
Jez Higgins, Matthew Jones, Allan Kelly, Pete Goodliffe, Garry Lancaster, Ian Bruntlett, Alison Lloyd, Paul Grenyer, and Frances Buontempo. Bookcase. CVu, 22(3):33–35, July 2010. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[486]
Hubert Matthews. View from the chair. CVu, 22(3):36, July 2010. (PDF)
[487]
Giovanni Asproni. ACCU 2010: a view from the conference chair. CVu, 22(3):36, July 2010. (PDF)
[488]
Steve Love. Choose your language carefully. CVu, 22(2):1, May 2010. Editorial. (PDF)
[489]
David Sykes. A timer for rummikub. CVu, 22(2):3–6, May 2010. David Sykes develops a PIC-based timer using test-driven development. (PDF)
[490]
Pete Goodliffe. Live to love to learn (part 3). CVu, 22(2):8–10, May 2010. Pete Goodliffe concludes his journey of self-improvement. (PDF)
[491]
Richard Harris. A game of nerve. CVu, 22(2):11, May 2010. Baron Muncharris has another tall tale. (PDF)
[492]
Iain Charlton. Lazy initialisation of shared resources. CVu, 22(2):12–17, May 2010. Iain Charlton looks at managing object lifetime from birth to death and beyond. (PDF)
[493]
Richard Harris. On a game of strategy. CVu, 22(2):18–19, May 2010. The Baron’s student acquantance performs his analysis. (PDF)
[494]
Paul Grenyer and Pete Goodliffe. Desert island books. CVu, 22(2):19–20, May 2010. Paul Grenyer drops Pete Goodliffe on the island. (PDF)
[495]
Roger Orr and Balog Pal. Code critique competition 63. CVu, 22(2):21–23, May 2010. Set and collated by Roger Orr. (PDF)
[496]
Chris Oldwood. Regional meetings. CVu, 22(2):24, May 2010. Chris Oldwood enjoys a night out data mapping and generating code. (PDF)
[497]
Frances Buontempo. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 22(2):24, May 2010. Frances Buontempo inspires us once more. (PDF)
[498]
Paul Grenyer. A conference retrospective. CVu, 22(2):25–29, May 2010. Paul Grenyer reflects on his time at this year’s conference. (PDF)
[499]
Jez Higgins, Paul Grenyer, Paul Colin Gloster, Pete Goodliffe, and Simon Sebright. Bookcase. CVu, 22(2):29–32, May 2010. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
[500]
Jez Higgins. View from the chair. CVu, 22(2):32, May 2010. (PDF)
[501]
Steve Love. By convention. CVu, 22(1):1, March 2010. Edtorial. (PDF)
[502]
Pete Goodliffe. Live to love to learn (part 2). CVu, 22(1):3–6, March 2010. Pete Goodliffe continues his journey of self-improvement. (PDF)
[503]
Alan Lenton. Of lag, throughput and jitter. CVu, 22(1):6–7, March 2010. Alan Lenton gives a glossary of terms. (PDF)
[504]
Jez Higgins. Continuous integration for one. CVu, 22(1):8–9, March 2010. Jez Higgins sees value in team tools for one person. (PDF)
[505]
Phil Nash. Code formatting in C++. CVu, 22(1):10–12, March 2010. Phil Nash explains why formatting counts. (PDF)
[506]
Richard Harris. A game of stategy. CVu, 22(1):13–14, March 2010. Baron Muncharris sets us another challenge. (PDF)
[507]
Richard Harris. On a game of skill. CVu, 22(1):14, March 2010. The Baron’s student acquaintance plays the game. (PDF)
[508]
Richard Harris. Assert yourself. CVu, 22(1):15, March 2010. Richard Harris finds new respect for the humble assert. (PDF)
[509]
Paul Grenyer. Developing web applications with the Google Web Toolkit. CVu, 22(1):16–25, March 2010. Paul Grenyer explores web UI development in Java. (PDF)
[510]
Ian Bruntlett. More about Bash. CVu, 22(1):26–27, March 2010. Ian Bruntlett discovers more *nix shell tools. (PDF)
[511]
Dáire Stockdale. Inspirational (p)articles. CVu, 22(1):27, March 2010. Dáire Stockdale shares a recent source of inspiration. (PDF)
[512]
Roger Orr and Balog Pal. Code critique competition #62. CVu, 22(1):28–32, March 2010. Set and collated by Roger Orr. (PDF)
[513]
Paul Grenyer and Terje Slettebø. Desert island books. CVu, 22(1):33–34, March 2010. Paul Grenyer maroons Terje Slettebø. (PDF)
[514]
Jez Higgins, Ian Bruntlett, Anthony Williams, and Alan Lenton. Bookcase. CVu, 22(1):34–35, March 2010. The latest roundup of ACCU book reviews. (PDF)
[515]
Jez Higgins. View from the chair. CVu, 22(1):36, March 2010. (PDF)
[516]
Steve Love. Tales from the other side. CVu, 21(6):1, January 2010. Editorial. (PDF)
[517]
Alan Lenton. Hunting the snark (part 5). CVu, 21(6):3, January 2010. Alan Lenton investigates engineering in software. (PDF)
[518]
Joe Wood. A brief introduction to F#. CVu, 21(6):4–8, January 2010. Joe Wood shares his experiences with a new .Net functional language. (PDF)
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