Overload 148 is now available

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

Overload 148 is now available

From the journal:

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

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

Flip Model: A Design Pattern.
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.
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.
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.
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.
How do you measure throughput? Richard Reich and Wesley Maness investigate suitable metrics.

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