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Hello all, I've been programming in C++ for about 5 years now, 4 years in a university setting and 1 at my current employer. Recently, I put in a request to attend CppCon and it was accepted, which I'm thrilled about...

Overload 152 is now available

ACCU’s Overload journal of August 2019 is out. It contains the following C++ related articles.

Overload 152 is now available

From the journal:

Reactive or Proactive.
Reactive systems are all the rage. Frances Buontempo compares them with a proactive approach.

A Low-Latency Logging Framework.
Logging can be a bottleneck in systems. Wesley Maness and Richard Reich demonstrate a low-latency logging framework that avoids common problems.

Empty Scoped Enums as Strong Aliases for Integral Types.
Scoped enums have many advantages. Lukas Böger demonstrates their use as strong types of numbers.

C++ Reflection for Python Binding.
There are various approaches to generating Python bindings in C++. Russell Standish shows how Classdesc can be used to achieve this.

Trip Report: Italian C++ 2019.
Milan held Italy’s largest C++ conference. Hans Vredeveld reports back.

Many people are risk-averse. Chris Oldwood considers this position – in verse.