ACCU’s Overload journal of June 2017 is out. It contains the following C++ related articles.
From the journal:
Editorial: Gnomes and Misnomers.
What's in a name? Frances Buontempo decides some names are better than others.
The Path of the Programmer.
Charles Tolman provides a framework for personal development.
A Usable C++ Dialect that is Safe Against Memory Corruption.
Sergey Ignatchenko continues his investigation of allocators for (Re)Actors.
Metaclasses: Thoughts on Generative C++.
Herb Sutter shows how metaclasses could simplify C++ with minimal library extension.
A C++ Developer Sees Rustlang for the First Time.
Katarzyna Macias provides an introduction to Rust for a C++ developer.
Portable Console I/O via iostreams.
Alf Steinbach describes how his library fixes problems streaming non-ASCII characters in Windows.
A Functional Alternative to Dependency Injection in C++.
Satprem Pamudurthy showcases a functional alternative to dependency injection in C++.
About the C++ Core Guidelines.
Andreas Fertig shows us the C++ core guidelines.
Chris Oldwood reminds us to fix the problem, not to blame.