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ACCU’s Overload journal of April 2018 is out. It contains the following C++ related articles.

Overload 144 is now available

From the journal:

Deeds not words
Women’s suffrage used the motto “Deeds not Words". Frances Buontempo applies this to programming. by Frances Buontempo

No News is Good News
Using ‘new’ without care can be slow. Paul Floyd uses Godbolt’s compiler explorer to see what happens when you do. by Paul Floyd

Monitoring: Turning Noise into Signal
Creating useful logging is a constant challenge. Chris Oldwood shows us how structured logging helps. by Chris Oldwood

The Interface to Component Pattern and DynaMix
Dynamic Polymorphism is hard in C++. Borislav Stanimirov demonstrates how the DynaMix library helps. by Borislav Stanimirov

5 Reasons NOT to Use std::ostream for Human-Readable Output
C++’s ostream can be hard to use. Sergey Ignatchenko suggests we use the {fmt} library instead. by Sergey Ignatchenko

Practical Cryptographical Theory for Programmers
Cryptography is a daunting subject. Deák Ferenc helps you get started. by Deák Ferenc

Ex Hackina
Machine Learning and AI are popular at the moment. Teedy Deigh takes the Turing test. by Teedy Deigh

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