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Reactive or Proactive
Description : Reactive systems are all the rage. Frances Buontempo compares them with a proactive approach. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #152 - August 2019 | Journal Editorial ]
How Hard Can It Be?
Description : Getting different parties to collaborate might sound easy. Frances Buontempo explores where problems and opportunities arise. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #151 - June 2019 | Journal Editorial ]
This means war!
Description : Careless use of language can upset people. Frances Buontempo asks what we can do to make the developer experience better. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #150 - April 2019 | Journal Editorial ]
Rip It Up and Start Again
Description : Some things can be resurrected, others cannot. Frances Buontempo wonders when we need to repent and start over. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #149 - February 2019 | Journal Editorial ]
Revolution, Restoration and Revival
Description : Trends cycle in seasons. Frances Buontempo wonders what programmers should on the lookout for. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #148 - December 2018 | Journal Editorial ]
Are we nearly there yet?
Description : Deciding if you are making progress can be a challenge. Frances Buontempo considers various metrics and their effects. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #147 - October 2018 | Project Management | Journal Editorial ]
Should I Lead by Example?
Description : Stuck on a problem? Frances Buontempo considers where to turn to for inspiration. by Frances Buontempo
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Journal Editorial ]
Cache-Line Aware Data Structures
Description : Structuring your program to consider memory can improve performance. Wesley Maness and Richard Reich demonstrate this with a producer–consumer queue. by Wesley Maness and Richard Reich
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Programming Topics ]
miso: Micro Signal/Slot Implementation
Description : The Observer pattern has many existing implementations. Deák Ferenc presents a new implementation using modern C++ techniques. by Deák Ferenc
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Programming Topics ]
(Re)Actor Allocation at 15 CPU Cycles
Description : (Re)Actor serialisation requires an allocator. Sergey Ignatchenko, Dmytro Ivanchykhin and Marcos Bracco pare malloc/free down to 15 CPU cycles. by Sergey Ignatchenko, Dmytro Ivanchykhin and Marcos Bracco
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Programming Topics ]
How to Write a Programming Language: Part 2, The Parser
Description : We’ve got our tokens: now we need to knit them together into trees. Andy Balaam continues writing a programming language with the parser. by Andy Balaam
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Programming Topics ]
Compile-time Data Structures in C++17: Part 1, Set of Types
Description : Compile time data structures can speed things up at runtime. Bronek Kozicki details an implementation of a compile time set. by Bronek Kozicki
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Programming Topics ]
Afterwood
Description : Much ado about nothing. Chris Oldwood considers what we have when we have nothing. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ Overload Journal #146 - August 2018 | Design of applications and programs ]
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