Overload Journal 124 - December 2014

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  • Editorial: Finding your muse  WEB  PDF
    By Frances Buontempo
    Lack of ideas and confidence can freeze an author. Frances Buontempo considers how to warm up.

  • Designing Observers in C++11  WEB  PDF
    By Alan Griffiths
    The observer pattern is over two decades old. Alan Griffiths fits a venerable design pattern into a contemporary context.

  • Non-Superfluous People: Testers  WEB  PDF
    By Sergey Ignatchenko
    Software development needs a team of supporting players. Sergey Ignatchenko takes a look at the role of professional testers.

  • Ruminations on Self Employment and Running a Business  WEB  PDF
    By Bob Schmidt
    Being self-employed has pros and cons. Bob Schmidt reviews what he has learnt about running your own business.

  • Order Notation in Practice  WEB  PDF
    By Roger Orr
    What does complexity measurement mean? Roger Orr reminds us of the academic definition and looks at some real life situations.

  • People of the .Doc  WEB  PDF
    By Andrew Peck
    Technical communication is often misunderstood by the world at large. Andrew Peck breaks down the rhetoric from a technical author’s perspective.

  • Testing Drives the Need for Flexible Configuration  WEB  PDF
    By Chris Oldwood
    Inflexible configuration will cause problems. Chris Oldwood demonstrates how to support multiple configurations flexibly.

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