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Kate Gregory: An Interview
Description : Emyr Williams returns with a new interview from the world of programming. by Emyr Williams
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #6 - January 2017 | Programming Topics ]
Code Critique Competition 103
Description : Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. by Roger Orr
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #6 - January 2017 | Programming Topics ]
View from the Chair
Description : by Bob Schmidt
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #6 - January 2017 ]
Editorial: The Font of Wisdom
Description : The choice of typeface can convey a tone. Frances Buontempo considers the plethora of dilemmas this presents. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Journal Editorial ]
The MirAL Story
Description : The X-Windows system is all-pervasive but struggles with security and performance graphics. Alan Griffiths introduces Mir Abstraction Layer to deal with these issues. by Alan Griffiths
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Overloading with Concepts
Description : Concepts can play a role in function overloading. Andrew Sutton shows us how. by Andrew Sutton
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Ultra-fast Serialization of C++ Objects
Description : Serialising and de-serialising is a common problem. Sergey Ignatchenko and Dmytro Ivanchykhin demonstrate one way to do this quickly. by Sergey Ignatchenko and Dmytro Ivanchykhin
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Modern C++ Features: User-Defined Literals
Description : User-defined literals were introduced in C++11. Arne Mertz walks us through their use. by Arne Mertz
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Python Streams vs Unix Pipes
Description : Dealing with an infinite sequence requires some thought. Thomas Guest presents various ways to approach such a problem. by Thomas Guest
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Letter
Description : Silas S. Brown comments on Steve Love's recent article. by Silas S. Brown
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Letters to the Editor ]
Hello World in Go
Description : Go provides a way to write efficient concurrent programs in a C-like language. Eleanor McHugh shares a "Hello, world!" tutorial. by Eleanor McHugh
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Afterwood
Description : One JavaScript module was removed and every Node.js build was knocked for six. Chris Oldwood fictionalises the tale. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 | Programming Topics ]
Speak Up!
Description : Pete Goodliffe urges us to speak to the animals (that is, to other developers). by Pete Goodliffe
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 | Process Topics ]
Delivering Bad News from QA
Description : Silas S. Brown describes how not to report your senior colleague’s bug. by Silas S. Brown
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 | Process Topics ]
Commit Checklist
Description : Chris Oldwood goes through the motions of version control. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 | Programming Topics ]
On High Rollers
Description : A student investigates the Baron’s last puzzle. by Richard Harris
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 | Programming Topics ]
A Commoner’s Response
Description : Roger Orr offers an analysis of the Baron’s last game. by Roger Orr
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 | Programming Topics ]
ConFoo
Description : ACCU member Clive Swigart speaks at a multi-discipline conference in Canada. ConFoo's Anna Filina provides the following information on the conference's history and importance. by Anna Filina
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 28, #5 - November 2016 ]
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