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Overload - Issue 35 - January 2000

Our copy of Overload 35 is bound together with CVu Volume 12 Issue 1. The description is reproduced below.


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

Publication Date : January 2000



Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33589. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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