See you next year!
- June's Overload Journal has been published. (14.06.16)
May's C Vu Journal has been published.
The May 2016 ACCU C Vu journal has been published and should arrive at members' addresses in the next few days. C Vu 28-2 and previous issues of C Vu can be accessed via Journals menu (ACCU members only).
Videos from the ACCU 2016 Conference
Jim Coplien · A Glimpse of Trygve: From Class-oriented Programming to Real OO · abstract · slides
Felix Petriconi · Leaving The Dark Side - Developing a C++ Based Medical Device · abstract · slides
Guy Bolton King · Without Warning: Keeping the Noise Down in Legacy Code Builds · abstract · slides
J Daniel Garcia · Improving Performance and Maintainability in Modern C++ · abstract · slides
Jamie Allsop · Managing C++ Build Complexity Using Cuppa: A SCons-based Build System · abstract · slides
Johan Herland · Elegant Filesystem Interactions in Python using pathlib · abstract · slides
Niall Douglas · Distributed Mutual Exclusion using Proposed Boost.AFIO · abstract) · slides
Peter Sommerlad · Visualize Template Instantiations - Understand your Template Bugs · abstract · slides
Raphael Meyer · How to Apply Engineering Practices to Embedded Software Development · abstract · slides
Schalk Cronje · Using the Groovy Ecosystem for Rapid Development on the JVM · abstract · slides
Slawomir Zborowski · What Every C++ Programmer Should Know About Modern Compilers · abstract · slides
Page last changed 16 May 2016.
Videos of ACCU2016 Conference
Videos of the ACCU2016 Conference start appearing on YouTube.
- April's Overload Journal has been published. (12.04.16)
Editorial: Metrics and Imperialism. Measuring accurately underpins science.
Frances Buontempo considers what constitutes sensible metrics.
Dogen: The Package Management Saga.
Marco Craveiro discovers Conan for C++ package management.
QM Bites – Order Your Includes (Twice Over).
Matthew Wilson suggests a sensible ordering for includes.
A Lifetime in Python.
Steve Love demonstrates how to use context managers in Python.
Deterministic Components for Distributed Systems.
Sergey Ignatchenko considers what can make programs non-deterministic.
Programming Your Own Language in C++.
Vassili Kaplan writes a scripting language in C++.
Concepts Lite in Practice.
Roger Orr gives a practical example of the use of concepts.
Chris Oldwood hijacks the last page for an ‘Afterwood’.
There's also an experimental ePub version of Overload 133.