The following are the highlights of the ACCU Overload Journal 143 for February 2018.
What is in Store in the ACCU Overload Journal 143 for February 2018
The issue kicks off with Hapaxes, Singletons, and Anomalies by Frances Buontempo. Here she delves into the peculiarities within programmers.
How they balance their day to day habits when dealing with their work versus the requirements of living a normal human life.
The Journal then takes us through the topic, A Wider Vision of Software Development. This is where Charles Tolman brings his Organising Principles series into conclusion.
We then go on to look at multithreaded queues with Sergey Ignatchenko where he describes his implementation of a multiple writer single reader queue in the article entitled An MWSR Queue with Minimalist Locking.
Andy Balaam then steps on the scene with tips on saner and focused testing with the topic Testing: Choose the Right Level.
CTAD – What Is This New Acronym All About? Roger Orr expands on this C++ feature and answers the question on what class template argument deduction is.
Francis Glassborow goes on to expand on C++ with Meta-classes, which allows programmers to detail class requirements. He goes on to compare them to developments of C++ in the 1990s.
The next topic is Practical A kitchen weighing scale or weighing balance is a kitchen appliance that is used to measure the weight of food ingredients. The scale can either be mechanical or digital. It usually has a gauge to show the weights and a plate to hold the ingredients.... More Testing by Arun Saha. Here he explores methods for testing scalability.
Simon Brand shows modern alternatives from the standard library and ways to improve them with the topic Functional Error-Handling with Optional and Expected.
Finally, we arrive at the customary Afterwood by Chris Oldwood. This month’s topic is based on whether you can code on paper in an interview. He goes on to recount his attempts to write a calendar.