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Letter to the Editor
Description : Silas S. Brown responds to Ian Bruntlett’s article. by Silas S. Brown
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 32, #1 - March 2020 | Letters to the Editor ]
ACCU Conference 2019: Reports
Description : ACCU holds an annual conference. Several attendees tell us what they learnt there this year. by Felix Petriconi, Stefan Turalski, Ori Ben-Shir, Mathieu Ropert, Anthony Williams
Category: [ Overload Journal #151 - June 2019 | Letters to the Editor ]
This way up!
Description : Directions in computing can be very confusing. Frances Buontempo wonders if we know our right from left. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Journal Editorial ]
Letters to the Editor
Description : Silas has some comments on Deák Ferenc’s recent article:
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Letters to the Editor ]
Marking Benches
Description : Too slow! Russel Winder reminds us that benchmarking code performance is a complicated issue. by Russel Winder
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Design of applications and programs ]
The Historical Context of Technology
Description : Certainty is elusive. Charles Tolman provides a historical context for foundational thinking. by Charles Tolman
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 ]
‘Speedy Gonzales’ Serializing (Re)Actors via Allocators
Description : More speed! Sergey Ignatchenko completes his (Re)Actor allocator series with Part III. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Programming Topics ]
Polymorphism in C++ – A Type Compatibility View
Description : Polymorphism can happen in many ways. Satprem Pamudurthy compiles an exhaustive matrix of approaches. by Satprem Pamudurthy
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Programming Topics ]
Open Source – And Still Deceiving Programmers
Description : Malware can hijack the normal flow of your program. Deák Ferenc walks through the ELF format to avoid malicious code injection. by Deák Ferenc
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Internet Topics ]
C++11 (and beyond) Exception Support
Description : C++11 introduced many new exception related features. Ralph McArdell gives a comprehensive overview. by Ralph McArdell
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Programming Topics ]
Afterwood
Description : Too soon! Chris Oldwood reviews optimisation in the development process. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 | Process Topics ]
A Magical New World?
Description : Samathy Barratt shares her experience as a first time ACCU Conference attendee. by Samathy Barratt
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 29, #3 - July 2017 | Letters to the Editor ]
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 ]
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by Mike Toms , Adrian Fagg
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Category: [ Overload Journal #5 - Sep 1994 | Programming Topics | Letters to the Editor ]
Commenting programs, how and why
Description : A letter has flooded in from Colin Masterson, the author of our series on structured programming: by Colin Masterson
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 1, #2 - Dec 1987 | Programming Topics | Letters to the Editor ]
The Italian Connection
Description : News of the Italian CUG. by Massimo Cesaro
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 1, #1 - Oct 1987 | Letters to the Editor ]
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