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Overload Journal #149 - February 2019

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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: [ Journal Editorial ]
5 Big Fat Reasons Why Mutexes Suck Big Time
Description : Mutable shared state in multithreaded code is often protected by mutexes. Sergey Ignatchenko reminds us that Re-Actors can avoid many of the problems. by Sergey Ignatchenko
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
A Small Universe
Description : Writing a programming language is a hot topic. Deák Ferenc shows us how he wrote a compiler for bytecode callable from C++. by Deák Ferenc
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
A Small Universe Part II
Description : Writing a programming language is a hot topic. Deák Ferenc shows us how he wrote a compiler for bytecode callable from C++. by Deák Ferenc
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
QM Bites: Understand Windows Operating-System Identification Preprocessor Macros
Description : Quality matters and bite sized articles help. Matthew Wilson returns with a QM Bites. by Matthew Wilson
Category: [ Programming Topics ]
A Thorough Introduction to Distributed Systems
Description : What is a distributed system, and why is it so complicated? Stanislav Kozlovski explains. by Stanislav Kozlovski
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
Don’t Use std::endl
Description : How do you add a new line in C++? Chris Sharpe suggests std::endl is a tiny utility that’s more trouble than it’s worth. by Chris Sharpe
Category: [ Design of applications and programs ]
Afterwood
Description : Good workers tidy up after themselves – it avoids accidents and makes them more productive. Chris Oldwood argues that good software developers should do the same. by Chris Oldwood
Category: [ Process Topics ]