Overload Journal 148 - December 2018

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  • Revolution, Restoration and Revival  WEB  PDF
    By Frances Buontempo
    Trends cycle in seasons. Frances Buontempo wonders what programmers should on the lookout for.

  • Diseconomies of Scale  WEB  PDF
    By Allan Kelly
    Bigger is not always better. Allan Kelly considers when smaller is more productive.

  • Flip Model: A Design Pattern  WEB  PDF
    By Daniele Pallastrelli
    Publishing dynamic, complex data to many clients in a threadsafe manner is challenging. Daniele Pallastrelli presents the Flip model pattern to overcome the challenges.

  • Memory Management Patterns in Business-Level Programs  WEB  PDF
    By Sergey Ignatchenko
    There are many memory management patterns. Sergey Ignatchenko considers these from an application level.

  • Compile-time Data Structures in C++17: Part 3, Map of Values  WEB  PDF
    By Bronek Kozicki
    A compile time map of values allows code to be tested more easily. Bronek Kozicki demonstrates how to avoid a central repository of values.

  • Algol 68 - A Retrospective  WEB  PDF
    By Daniel James
    Algol 68 has influenced programming languages in many ways. Daniel James reminds us just how many.

  • Measuring Throughput and the Impact of Cache-line Awareness  WEB  PDF
    By Richard Reich and Wesley Maness
    How do you measure throughput? Richard Reich and Wesley Maness investigate suitable metrics.

  • Afterwood  WEB  PDF
    By Chris Oldwood
    Renovation or redecorating throws up decisions. Chris Oldwood reminds us to make sympathetic changes.

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