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CVu Volume 12 Issue 1 - January 2000

35 pages. This edition also includes Overload magazine 35 bound into the same newsletter with 32 separately numbered pages.

CVu contents:

  • Reports & Opinions
    • Reports
      • From the chair
      • Hon. Secretary's Notes
      • Membership Secretary's Report
      • Conference Programmer Organiser
      • From the Journal Editor
      • Where are we now
      • Web Sites
      • Quantum Computing
    • A Personal View
    • Microsoft Domination
    • Recent Interview Experiences
    • From the Coalface
    • Is there a "best language"?
  • Dialogue
    • The Wall
    • Student Code Critique
    • Question & Answers
  • Features
    • Questions & Answers
    • A Seasonal Tale
  • CAUGers
    • The Development of a BBC BASIC to Acorn ANSI C Translator
    • So your code is NOT critical
  • Reviews
    • Bookcase
    • Member's Experiences
    • Bits & Pieces

Overload contents:

  • Classic Overload
    • Automatic Object Versioning for Forward and Backward File Format Compatibility, By Richard Blundell
    • Exception - Guidance, By Steve Cornish
    • My Pet Project - Monopoly, By Nigel Eke
    • eXtreme Programming - Interview with Kent Beck, By Nicolai Josuttis
    • Error handling and logging, by Allen Kelly
    • Standard C++, By Phil Bass
  • Derivatives
    • File Headers, By Waldo Posul
    • Notes and ideas from the journal editor
    • Double Dispatch your starter for 10, By A Curio
    • Reviews - Top shelf - Books for Professional software developers

ISSN Number : 1354-3164

Date : January 2000

Creator : ACCU

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33588. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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