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Overload Journal #143 - February 2018

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Hapaxes, Singletons and Anomalies
Description : Programmers can be odd. Frances Buontempo celebrates many manifold peculiarities. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Journal Editorial ]
A Wider Vision of Software Development
Description : Is code a hopeful arrangement of bytes? Charles Tolman brings his Organising Principles series to a close. by Charles Tolman
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
An MWSR Queue with Minimalist Locking
Description : Multithreaded queues come in many flavours. Sergey Ignatchenko describes his implementation of a multiple writer single reader queue. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
Testing: Choose the Right Level
Description : Testing can be easy. Andy Balaam considers levels to keep your focus just right. by Andy Balaam
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
CTAD – What Is This New Acronym All About?
Description : What is class template argument deduction? Roger Orr elucidates this new C++17 feature. by Roger Orr
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
C++ with Meta-classes?
Description : Meta-classes will allow us to detail class requirements. Francis Glassborow compares them to developments of C++ in the 1990s. by Francis Glassborow
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
Practical Scale Testing
Description : Everyone wants scalable systems. Arun Saha explores methods for testing scalability. by Arun Saha
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
Functional Error-Handling with Optional and Expected
Description : Exceptions should be exceptional. Simon Brand shows modern alternatives from the standard library and ways to improve them. by Simon Brand
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
Afterwood
Description : Can you code on paper in an interview? Chris Oldwood recounts his attempts to write a calendar. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ Process Topics ]