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    [1]
    Steve Love. On not doing anything. CVu, 31(6):1, January 2020. Editorial. (PDF)
    [2]
    Pete Goodliffe. Restaurant C++ and Pidgin Python. CVu, 31(6):3-4, January 2020. Pete Goodliffe looks at the idioms of language. (PDF)
    [3]
    Silas S. Brown. Why I Don’t Develop for iOS. CVu, 31(6):5-6, January 2020. Silas S. Brown tells a cautionary tale of the App Store business model. (PDF)
    [4]
    Simon Sebright. The Refactor Part of TDD – Reducing to the Min with FizzBuzz. CVu, 31(6):7-9, January 2020. Simon Sebright considers whether de-duplication in refactoring can be too aggressive. (PDF)
    [5]
    Silas S. Brown. Python has setdefault. CVu, 31(6):9, January 2020. Silas S. Brown shares a quick tip on Python. (PDF)
    [6]
    Ian Bruntlett. Static C library and GNU Make. CVu, 31(6):10-12, January 2020. Ian Bruntlett shares his experiences with using ‘make’ to build a small test project. (PDF)
    [7]
    Silas S. Brown. How to Stay Out of a Webmaster’s Bad Books. CVu, 31(6):13, January 2020. Silas S. Brown demonstrates how not all online resources are created equal. (PDF)
    [8]
    Roger Orr, Pete Cordell, James Holland, Hans Vredeveld. Code Critique Competition 121. CVu, 31(6):14-17, January 2020. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [9]
    Guy Davidson. The Standard Report. CVu, 31(6):18, January 2020. Guy Davidson reports from the C++ Standards Committee. (PDF)
    [10]
    Ian Bruntlett. Reviews. CVu, 31(6):19, January 2020. The latest roundup of reviews. (PDF)
    [11]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 31(6):20, January 2020. (PDF)
    [12]
    Steve Love. Sympathy for the Devil. CVu, 31(5):1, November 2019. Editorial. (PDF)
    [13]
    Pete Goodliffe. Coding Accountability. CVu, 31(5):3-4, November 2019. Pete Goodliffe looks at how we ensure we’re living up to our own standards. (PDF)
    [14]
    Pete Cordell. Exodep : A Simple External Dependency Refresher. CVu, 31(5):5-7, November 2019. Pete Cordell introduces a library dependency tool for C++ projects. (PDF)
    [15]
    Alan Griffiths. Making a Linux Desktop: Painting Some Wallpaper. CVu, 31(5):8-9, November 2019. Alan Griffiths continues his series on coding with the Mir library. (PDF)
    [16]
    Guy Davidson. The Standard Report. CVu, 31(5):10, November 2019. Guy Davidson reports from the C++ Standards Committee. (PDF)
    [17]
    Roger Orr, Martin Janzen, Hans Vredeveld, Marcel Marré, Jan Eisenhauer, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 120. CVu, 31(5):11-15, November 2019. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [18]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 31(5):16, November 2019. (PDF)
    [19]
    Steve Love. This is only a test. CVu, 31(4):1, September 2019. Editorial. (PDF)
    [20]
    Alan Griffiths. Making a Linux Desktop. CVu, 31(4):3-4, September 2019. Alan Griffiths illustrates how to get started with Mir. (PDF)
    [21]
    Pete Goodliffe. Attitude, Accomplishment, Artistry. CVu, 31(4):5, September 2019. Pete Goodliffe looks at our attitude to the code we write. (PDF)
    [22]
    Simon Sebright. A Case Against the Use of Code ‘Smells’. CVu, 31(4):6, September 2019. Simon Sebright asks if we’re using the term correctly. (PDF)
    [23]
    Guy Davidson. The Standards Report. CVu, 31(4):7, September 2019. Guy Davidson provides his latest report. (PDF)
    [24]
    Roger Orr, Nicolas Golaszewski, James Holland, Marcel Marré, Jan Eisenhauer, Hans Vredeveld, Pál Balog. Code Critique Competition 119. CVu, 31(4):9-14, September 2019. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [25]
    Ian Bruntlett, Paul Floyd. Reviews. CVu, 31(4):15, September 2019. The latest roundup of reviews. (PDF)
    [26]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 31(4):16, September 2019. (PDF)
    [27]
    Daniel James. WRITEME. CVu, 31(3):1, July 2019. Editorial. (PDF)
    [28]
    Pete Goodliffe. A Case for Code Reuse. CVu, 31(3):3-4, July 2019. Pete Goodliffe considers the case for code reuse. (PDF)
    [29]
    Spencer Collyer. Who Are You Calling Weak?. CVu, 31(3):4-7, July 2019. Spencer Collyer muses on the surprising strength of weak_ptrs. (PDF)
    [30]
    Francis Glassborow. The Early Days of C++ in UK C User Groups. CVu, 31(3):8, July 2019. Francis Glassborow looks back on the formation of the ACCU. (PDF)
    [31]
    Roger Orr, Dave Simmonds, James Holland, Hans Vredeveld, Pál Balog, Marcel Marré, Jan Eisenhauer. Code Critique Competition 118. CVu, 31(3):9-14, July 2019. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [32]
    Daniel James. Beyond Code Criticism. CVu, 31(3):15, July 2019. Daniel James considers issues that might lie behind code like that in Code Critique 117. (PDF)
    [33]
    Guy Davidson. The Standards Report. CVu, 31(3):16, July 2019. Guy Davidson introduces himself as the new Standards Officer and makes his first report. (PDF)
    [34]
    Ian Bruntlett, Daniel James, Paul Floyd. Reviews. CVu, 31(3):17-19, July 2019. The latest roundup of reviews. (PDF)
    [35]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 31(3):20, July 2019. (PDF)
    [36]
    Steve Love. Full Nine Yards. CVu, 31(2):1, May 2019. Editorial. (PDF)
    [37]
    Pete Goodliffe. Avoid Stagnation. CVu, 31(2):3-4, May 2019. Pete Goodliffe cautions us against allowing our programming skills to become stale. (PDF)
    [38]
    Matthew Wilson. Building C#/.NET, Go, and Ruby Programs with libCLImate – Part 1: Ruby. CVu, 31(2):4-9, May 2019. Matthew Wilson demonstrates command-line processing. (PDF)
    [39]
    Ian Bruntlett. Assembly Club. CVu, 31(2):10-11, May 2019. Ian Bruntlett compares dialects of assembly code. (PDF)
    [40]
    Roger Orr, Hans Vredeveld, James Holland, Pál Balog, Peter Sommerlad, Silas S. Brown, Chris Trobridge. Code Critique Competition 117. CVu, 31(2):12-20, May 2019. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [41]
    Francis Glassborow, Silas S. Brown, James Holland. Challenges. CVu, 31(2):20-22, May 2019. Francis Glassborow revisits old challenges and sets a new one. (PDF)
    [42]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase [Part 1]. CVu, 31(2):23, May 2019. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [43]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase [Part 2]. CVu, 31(2):23, May 2019. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [44]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 31(2):24, May 2019. (PDF)
    [45]
    Steve Love. Nobody Does It Better. CVu, 31(1):1, March 2019. Editorial. (PDF)
    [46]
    Pete Goodliffe. The Simple Life. CVu, 31(1):3-4, March 2019. Pete Goodliffe urges us to keep code simple. (PDF)
    [47]
    Arne Mertz, Frances Buontempo. C++ On Sea 2019 Trip Report. CVu, 31(1):5-8, March 2019. Arne Mertz and Frances Buontempo share their experiences of a new C++ conference. (PDF)
    [48]
    Silas S. Brown. GitHub’s Crazy Contribution-Graph Game. CVu, 31(1):8-11, March 2019. Silas S. Brown does a one-year streak. (PDF)
    [49]
    Roger Orr, Pál Balog. Code Critique Competition 116. CVu, 31(1):11-15, March 2019. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [50]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 31(1):16, March 2019. (PDF)
    [51]
    Steve Love. Usefulness Versus Complexity. CVu, 30(6):1, January 2019. Editorial. (PDF)
    [52]
    Pete Goodliffe. Effective Software Testing. CVu, 30(6):3-6, January 2019. Pete Goodliffe describes a healthy software test regimen. (PDF)
    [53]
    Pete Cordell. C++ Tagged Reference Types. CVu, 30(6):7, January 2019. Pete Cordell proposes an extension to C++ move syntax. (PDF)
    [54]
    Silas S. Brown. When Will Python 2 End?. CVu, 30(6):8, January 2019. Silas Brown explains why the days of Python 2, while numbered, may be longer than you500彩票在线快三平台 think. (PDF)
    [55]
    Chris Oldwood. An Interview Icebreaker. CVu, 30(6):9-10, January 2019. Chris Oldwood tries a novel approach to open up the interview conversation. (PDF)
    [56]
    Alison Peck. DIY Technical Authoring. CVu, 30(6):11-13, January 2019. Alison Peck shares some of the tricks of her trade. (PDF)
    [57]
    Silas S. Brown. China’s New AI School Textbooks. CVu, 30(6):13, January 2019. Silas Brown is sceptical about an education initiative. (PDF)
    [58]
    Emyr Williams. ACCU Standards Report. CVu, 30(6):14-15, January 2019. Emyr Williams reports the latest from the C++ Standards meetings. (PDF)
    [59]
    Roger Orr, Pál Balog, Alastair Harrison, James Holland, Marcel Marré, Jan Eisenhauer, Jim Segrave. Code Critique Competition 115. CVu, 30(6):16-22, January 2019. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [60]
    Francis Glassborow. Report on Challenge 5. CVu, 30(6):22-23, January 2019. Francis Glassborow comments on his previous challenge, and provides a new puzzle. (PDF)
    [61]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 30(6):23-24, January 2019. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [62]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 30(6):24, January 2019. (PDF)
    [63]
    Steve Love. Precious Metals. CVu, 30(5):1, November 2018. Editorial. (PDF)
    [64]
    Pete Goodliffe. Improve Code by Removing It. CVu, 30(5):3-4, November 2018. Pete Goodliffe takes a scalpel to unnecessary code. (PDF)
    [65]
    Silas S. Brown. Don’t Brush Bugs Under The Carpet. CVu, 30(5):4, November 2018. Silas S.Brown presents an allegorical lesson on bug reports. (PDF)
    [66]
    Chris Oldwood. To Mob, Pair, or Fly Solo. CVu, 30(5):5-8, November 2018. Chris Oldwood compares different collaboration practices. (PDF)
    [67]
    Roger Orr, Gennaro Prota, Stewart Becker, Joe Wood, James Holland, Jason Spencer. Code Critique Competition 114. CVu, 30(5):9-15, November 2018. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [68]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 30(5):16, November 2018. (PDF)
    [69]
    Steve Love. Precision Engineered. CVu, 30(4):1, September 2018. Editorial. (PDF)
    [70]
    Pete Goodliffe. The Ghost of a Codebase Past. CVu, 30(4):3-5, September 2018. Pete Goodliffe learns lessons by reviewing his own old code. (PDF)
    [71]
    Richard Harris. The Rich Get Richer. CVu, 30(4):5, September 2018. The Baron has another dice game and invites you500彩票在线快三平台 to take a wager. (PDF)
    [72]
    Andreas Gieriet. On Francis’s Challenge #4. CVu, 30(4):6-10, September 2018. Andreas Gieriet presents his solution (ab-)using expression- and jump-statements. (PDF)
    [73]
    Glen Stark. A Guide to Group Decision Making. CVu, 30(4):11-13, September 2018. Glen Stark advocates an approach to promoting team harmony. (PDF)
    [74]
    Silas S. Brown. One SSH Key Per Machine!. CVu, 30(4):13, September 2018. Silas S. Brown has some advice on configuring secure connections. (PDF)
    [75]
    Emyr Williams. ACCU Standards Report. CVu, 30(4):14-15, September 2018. Emyr Williams reports the latest from the C++ Standards meetings. (PDF)
    [76]
    Silas S. Brown, Russel Winder, Jason Spencer. Code Critique Competition 113. CVu, 30(4):16-23, September 2018. Set and collated by Silas Brown. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [77]
    Francis Glassborow, Silas S. Brown, James Holland, Paul Davies, Pete Disdale, Richard Brookfield, Robin Williams, Steven Singer, Stephen Baynes, Tim Kent, Colin Hersom, Burkhard Kloss. Challenge 4 Report & Outlining Challenge 5. CVu, 30(4):24-34, September 2018. Francis Glassborow presents the responses to the challenge from last time and outlines the next one. (PDF)
    [78]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 30(4):35, September 2018. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [79]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 30(4):36, September 2018. (PDF)
    [80]
    Steve Love. Into Gold. CVu, 30(3):1, July 2018. Editorial. (PDF)
    [81]
    Pete Goodliffe. Write Less Code!. CVu, 30(3):3-6, July 2018. Pete Goodliffe helps us avoid unnecessary lines of code. (PDF)
    [82]
    Pál Balog. ACCU18 Trip Report. CVu, 30(3):6-8, July 2018. Balog Pál reports his experiences from the 2018 ACCU Conference. (PDF)
    [83]
    Silas S. Brown. Don’t Assume Any Non-Zero exit() Will Fail!. CVu, 30(3):8, July 2018. Silas S. Brown shares his finding on process exit codes. (PDF)
    [84]
    Arun Saha. Everyday Coding Habits for Safety and Simplicity. CVu, 30(3):9-11, July 2018. Arun Saha has some simple advice for forming good habits in C++. (PDF)
    [85]
    Chris Oldwood. The Half-Domain/Half-Primitive Proxy. CVu, 30(3):12-16, July 2018. Chris Oldwood presents a pattern for abstracting client-side proxies for testing. (PDF)
    [86]
    Roger Orr, Pál Balog, James Holland, Jason Spencer. Code Critique Competition 112. CVu, 30(3):17-20, July 2018. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [87]
    Francis Glassborow, James Holland. Program Challenge Report 3 and Challenge 4. CVu, 30(3):21-23, July 2018. Francis Glassborow comments on his last challenge and presents a new one. (PDF)
    [88]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 30(3):24, July 2018. (PDF)
    [89]
    Steve Love. And another thing.... CVu, 30(2):1, May 2018. Editorial. (PDF)
    [90]
    Chris Oldwood. Libraries, Console Apps and GUIs. CVu, 30(2):3-5, May 2018. Chris Oldwood compares the use of different application interfaces. (PDF)
    [91]
    Francis Glassborow. ACCU: The Early Days (Part 2). CVu, 30(2):6, May 2018. Francis Glassborow continues his look at the history of ACCU. (PDF)
    [92]
    Pete Goodliffe. The New C++ Interview. CVu, 30(2):7-8, May 2018. Pete Goodliffe introduces a new way to test programming skills. (PDF)
    [93]
    Kris van Rens. ACCU Conference 2018: Trip Report. CVu, 30(2):8, May 2018. Kris van Rens shares his experiences from ACCU 2018. (PDF)
    [94]
    Richard Harris. On Quaker’s Dozen. CVu, 30(2):9-10, May 2018. A student examines the Quaker’s Dozen wager. (PDF)
    [95]
    Alan Griffiths. Writing a Wayland Server Using Mir. CVu, 30(2):10-12, May 2018. Alan Griffiths explains the basics of a new X11 replacement API. (PDF)
    [96]
    Emyr Williams. Standards Report. CVu, 30(2):13-14, May 2018. Emyr Williams reports on news from the world of Standards. (PDF)
    [97]
    Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, James Holland, Pál Balog, Jason Spencer. Code Critique Competition 111. CVu, 30(2):15-22, May 2018. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [98]
    Frances Buontempo. Local ACCU Meetups. CVu, 30(2):22-23, May 2018. Frances Buontempo reports from meetups in Bristol and London. (PDF)
    [99]
    Jason Spencer. ACCU Local Group. CVu, 30(2):23-24, May 2018. Jason Spencer reports on a recent visit to ACCU Oxford. (PDF)
    [100]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 30(2):24, May 2018. (PDF)
    [101]
    Steve Love. On Being Lazy. CVu, 30(1):1, March 2018. Editorial. (PDF)
    [102]
    Pete Goodliffe. Testing Times (Part 2). CVu, 30(1):3-5, March 2018. Pete Goodliffe continues the journey into software testing. (PDF)
    [103]
    Richard Harris. Quaker's Dozen. CVu, 30(1):6, March 2018. The Baron once again invites us to take up a challenge. (PDF)
    [104]
    Sebastian Wilzbach. The Expressive C++ Coding Challenge in D. CVu, 30(1):7-11, March 2018. Sebastian Wilzbach presents a D language solution to a C++ problem. (PDF)
    [105]
    Chris Oldwood. Getting Personal. CVu, 30(1):12-15, March 2018. Chris Oldwood considers the effect of personal choice on delivering software. (PDF)
    [106]
    Roger Orr, James Holland, Paul Floyd, Russel Winder, Jason Spencer, Pál Balog. Code Critique Competition 110. CVu, 30(1):15-26, March 2018. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [107]
    Frances Buontempo. ACCU London. CVu, 30(1):26, March 2018. Frances Buontempo reports from the London chapter. (PDF)
    [108]
    Francis Glassborow, Alex Kumaila, Silas S. Brown, Hubert Mathews, Pete Disdale, James Holland. Report on Challenge 2. CVu, 30(1):27-30, March 2018. Francis Glassborow presents the answers to his last challenge and gives us a new one. (PDF)
    [109]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 30(1):31-32, March 2018. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [110]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 30(1):32, March 2018. (PDF)
    [111]
    Steve Love. Know It All. CVu, 29(6):1, January 2018. Editorial. (PDF)
    [112]
    Frances Buontempo. Visualisation of Multidimensional Data. CVu, 29(6):3-5, January 2018. Frances Buontempo considers how to represent large data sets. (PDF)
    [113]
    Pete Goodliffe. Testing Times (Part 1). CVu, 29(6):6-8, January 2018. Pete Goodliffe explores how to test code to ensure it works as expected. (PDF)
    [114]
    Francis Glassborow. Programmers’ Puzzles. CVu, 29(6):9-10, January 2018. Francis Glassborow shares the results of the previous puzzle and outlines the next. (PDF)
    [115]
    Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, James Holland, Jason Spencer. Code Critique Competition 109. CVu, 29(6):11-16, January 2018. The results from the last competition and the details of the latest. (PDF)
    [116]
    Emyr Williams, Guy Davidson, Roger Orr. Standards Report. CVu, 29(6):18-19, January 2018. Emyr Williams updates us on the latest in C++ standardisation. (PDF)
    [117]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 29(6):19, January 2018. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [118]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 29(6):20, January 2018. (PDF)
    [119]
    Steve Love. Fiction. CVu, 29(5):1, November 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
    [120]
    Pete Goodliffe. Code Aesthetics. CVu, 29(5):3-5, November 2017. Pete Goodliffe implores us to care (enough) about code beauty. (PDF)
    [121]
    Richard Harris. On Share and Share Alike. CVu, 29(5):6-7, November 2017. A Student gets to grips with the Baron's coin puzzle. (PDF)
    [122]
    Silas S. Brown. A Brief Introduction to Docker. CVu, 29(5):8, November 2017. Silas S. Brown shares his experiences of setting up a virtual appliance. (PDF)
    [123]
    Francis Glassborow. ACCU - The Early Days (Part 1). CVu, 29(5):9, November 2017. Francis Glassborow recalls how the ACCU came about. (PDF)
    [124]
    R. Brian Clark. Good Intentions. CVu, 29(5):10, November 2017. R. Brian Clark proves that sometimes tomorrow does eventually come. (PDF)
    [125]
    Various. Two Pence Worth. CVu, 29(5):12, November 2017. Another crop of sage sayings from ACCU members. (PDF)
    [126]
    Alison Peck. Old money, new money.... CVu, 29(5):12, November 2017. Alison Peck looks at the origins of 'two pence worth'. (PDF)
    [127]
    Roger Orr, Kaartic Sivaraam, Russel Winder, Jim Segrave, Felix Petriconi, James Holland, Jason Spencer. Code Critique Competition 108. CVu, 29(5):13-23, November 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [128]
    Andy Balaam. Planet Code. CVu, 29(5):23, November 2017. Andy Balaam introduces his blog aggregator. (PDF)
    [129]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 29(5):24, November 2017. (PDF)
    [130]
    Steve Love. The art of laziness. CVu, 29(4):1, September 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
    [131]
    Pete Goodliffe. Navigating a Route. CVu, 29(4):3-5, September 2017. Pete Goodliffe helps us work with unfamiliar code. (PDF)
    [132]
    Silas S. Brown. Thonny: Python IDE for Beginners. CVu, 29(4):5, September 2017. Silas S. Brown introduces a new Python IDE. (PDF)
    [133]
    Richard Harris. Share and Share Alike. CVu, 29(4):6, September 2017. Baron M has learned another game. (PDF)
    [134]
    Pete Cordell. A Glint of Ruby. CVu, 29(4):7-9, September 2017. Pete Cordell shares his experience with learning a new scripting language. (PDF)
    [135]
    Silas S. Brown. Why I Avoid PHP. CVu, 29(4):9-10, September 2017. Silas S. Brown shares a war story. (PDF)
    [136]
    Roger Orr. Standards Report. CVu, 29(4):10-11, September 2017. Roger Orr reports from the lastest C++ meeting. (PDF)
    [137]
    Roger Orr, Jason Spencer, James Holland, Robert Lytton. Code Critique Competition 107. CVu, 29(4):12-18, September 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [138]
    Francis Glassborow. A New Competition. CVu, 29(4):18, September 2017. Francis Glassborow presents a new challenge for CVu readers. (PDF)
    [139]
    Ian Bruntlett. Bookcase. CVu, 29(4):19, September 2017. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
    [140]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 29(4):20, September 2017. (PDF)
    [141]
    Steve Love. It's written, that's why. CVu, 29(3):1, July 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
    [142]
    Pete Goodliffe. Living Within Constraints. CVu, 29(3):3-4, July 2017. Pete Goodliffe constrains what's possible in you500彩票在线快三平台r code. (PDF)
    [143]
    Paul Grenyer. In Java I Wish I Could.... CVu, 29(3):4, July 2017. Paul Grenyer wishes for features of one language in another. (PDF)
    [144]
    Jez Higgins. Rip It Up and Start Again. CVu, 29(3):5, July 2017. Jez Higgins shares a tale of re-implementing a software system. (PDF)
    [145]
    Francis Glassborow. Learning Other Languages. CVu, 29(3):6, July 2017. Francis Glassborow considers natural and computer languages as tools of communication. (PDF)
    [146]
    Samathy Barratt. A Magical New World?. CVu, 29(3):7-8, July 2017. Samathy Barratt shares her experience as a first time ACCU Conference attendee. (PDF)
    [147]
    Roger Orr, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 106. CVu, 29(3):9-11, July 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [148]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 29(3):12, July 2017. (PDF)
    [149]
    Steve Love. Production legacy. CVu, 29(2):1, May 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
    [150]
    Pete Goodliffe. An Ode to Code. CVu, 29(2):3, May 2017. Pete Goodliffe shares his annual programming practice poem. (PDF)
    [151]
    Reginald Garnepudi. Myths about ‘Big Data’. CVu, 29(2):4, May 2017. Reginald Garnepudi dispels some of the hype around one popular technology. (PDF)
    [152]
    Richard Harris. On Turnabout is Fair Play. CVu, 29(2):5, May 2017. A student responds to the Baron’s latest challenge. (PDF)
    [153]
    Silas S. Brown. A Hollywood Take on Dangling Pointers?. CVu, 29(2):6-7, May 2017. Silas S. Brown tells a fable about read-only variables. (PDF)
    [154]
    Sean Corfield. I Can't Think Fast Enough in a Coding Interview. CVu, 29(2):7, May 2017. Sean Corfield shares his thoughts on the technical interview process. (PDF)
    [155]
    Roger Orr, Jon Summers, Paul Floyd, Raimondo Sarich, James Holland, Robert Lytton, Herman Pijl. Code Critique Competition 105. CVu, 29(2):8-13, May 2017. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
    [156]
    Tim Pizey, Francis Glassborow. ACCU Oxford - 28 March 2017. CVu, 29(2):14, May 2017. Frances Buontempo talked about Actual Intelligence, and a few people wrote about the evening. (PDF)
    [157]
    Bob Schmidt. View from the Chair. CVu, 29(2):16, May 2017. (PDF)
    [158]
    Steve Love. Unnecessary complexity. CVu, 29(1):1, March 2017. Editorial. (PDF)
    [159]
    Pete Goodliffe. On the Defensive. CVu, 29(1):3-7, March 2017. Pete Goodliffe demonstrates defensive programming techniques for robust code. (PDF)
    [160]
    Adam Tornhill. Beyond Functional Programming: Manipulate Functions with the J Language. CVu, 29(1):8-11, March 2017. Adam Tornhill explores a different kind of programming language. (PDF)
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    Filina. Anna. ConFoo. CVu, 28(5):13, November 2016. ACCU member Clint Swigart speaks at a multi-discipline conference in Canada. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Felix Petriconi, James Holland, Simon Sebright, Paul Floyd. Code Critique Competition 102. CVu, 28(5):14-19, November 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Richard Harris. High Rollers. CVu, 28(4):11, September 2016. Baron M proposes a new wager over a glass of wine. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Juan Zaratiegui. Code Critique Competition 101. CVu, 28(4):12-14, September 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Jonathan Wakely. Standards Report. CVu, 28(4):15, September 2016. Jonathan Wakely brings the latest news. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. Fixed fixation. CVu, 28(3):1, July 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Neil Horlock. Debugging - What Has Changed in the Last Decade?. CVu, 28(3):10-11, July 2016. Neil Horlock travels through time in search of bugs. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Felix Petriconi, John Roden, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 100. CVu, 28(3):12-15, July 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Bob Schmidt. View from the (Acting) Chair. CVu, 28(3):16, July 2016. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. More Than One. CVu, 28(2):1, May 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Kevin Highley. Encryption. CVu, 28(2):3-6, May 2016. Kevin Highley implements a common technique for secure communication. (PDF)
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    Alan Griffiths. Come Code With Me. CVu, 28(2):6-8, May 2016. Alan Griffiths outlines an Open Source project and invites contributions. (PDF)
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    Richard Harris. On Fifteen Love. CVu, 28(2):9, May 2016. A student demystifies the Baron’s game of cards. (PDF)
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    Pete Goodliffe. Organised Chaos. CVu, 28(2):10-11, May 2016. Pete Goodliffe explains why organisation is so important. (PDF)
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    Jonathan Wakely. Standards Report. CVu, 28(2):11-12, May 2016. Jonathan Wakely reports from the latest C and C++ meetings. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 99. CVu, 28(2):13-15, May 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Astrid Byro, Ian Bruntlett, Alan Lenton. Bookcase. CVu, 28(2):16, May 2016. The latest roundup of book reviews. (PDF)
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    Mrs Trellis. ACCU London. CVu, 28(2):16, May 2016. Mrs Trellis reviews the March 16th meeting, without a clue. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. Cross Pollinated. CVu, 28(1):1, March 2016. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Omar Bashir. Sliding Window Filters : A Set-based Implementation. CVu, 28(1):3-6, March 2016. Omar Bashir presents an implementation using pre-sorted data to reduce CPU load. (PDF)
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    Vertices. An Open Question (or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Public Wi-Fi). CVu, 28(1):7-10, March 2016. Vertices examines some of the dangers of using other people’s networks. (PDF)
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    Malcolm Noyes. Using Clara to Parse Command Lines in C++. CVu, 28(1):13-14, March 2016. Malcolm Noyes demonstrates how to get up and running. (PDF)
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    Jonathan Wakely. Standards Report. CVu, 28(1):18, March 2016. Jonathan Wakely reports from the latest C and C++ meetings. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Mathias Gaunard, Paul Floyd, Robert Jones, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 98. CVu, 28(1):19-22, March 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    ACCU Committee. View from the without a Chair. CVu, 28(1):24, March 2016. (PDF)
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    Mrs Trellis. ACCU London: Dietmar Khül. CVu, 28(1):24, March 2016. A (clueless) review of the Jan 16th ACCU London Meeting. (PDF)
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    Chris Oldwood. Finding Text. CVu, 27(6):5-7, January 2016. hunts for the right tool to search text files. (PDF)
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    Frances Buontempo. In Vivo, In Vitro, In Silico. CVu, 27(6):7, January 2016. Frances Buontempo examines the idea of software vivisection. (PDF)
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    Silas S. Brown. “HTTPS Everywhere” Considered Harmful. CVu, 27(6):8, January 2016. Silas S. Brown considers an unintended cost of security. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 97. CVu, 27(6):9-11, January 2016. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Alan Lenton. View from the Chair. CVu, 27(6):12, January 2016. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. Selective ignorance. CVu, 27(5):1, November 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Matthew Wilson. Building C & C++ CLI Programs with the libCLImate Mini-framework. CVu, 27(5):5-10, November 2015. Matthew Wilson presents a framework for simplifying CLI programs. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr. One Definition Rule. CVu, 27(5):16-18, November 2015. Roger Orr explains an often misunderstood aspect of C++. (PDF)
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    Richard Falconer. Functional Programming in C++. CVu, 27(5):19-20, November 2015. Richard Falconer reports on an ACCU talk by Kevlin Henney. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Mathias Gaunard, Gareth Ansell, Matthew Wilson, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 96. CVu, 27(5):21-26, November 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Jonathan Wakely. Standards Report. CVu, 27(5):28, November 2015. Jonathan Wakely reports on developments in C++. (PDF)
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    Gail Ollis. The Cat’s Meow. CVu, 27(4):11-12, September 2015. Gail Ollis reports from the App-a-thon World Record attempt. (PDF)
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    Silas S. Brown. WattOS R9 Worth Knowing About. CVu, 27(4):13, September 2015. Silas S. Brown recycles some old hardware with a new OS. (PDF)
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    Jonathan Wakely. Standards Report. CVu, 27(4):18-19, September 2015. Jonathan Wakely reports the latest on C++17 and beyond. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 95. CVu, 27(4):20-22, September 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Alan Lenton. View from the Chair. CVu, 27(4):24, September 2015. (PDF)
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    Silas S. Brown. Golang programming on AppEngine. CVu, 27(3):8, July 2015. Silas S. Brown tries his hand at writing native code for the Cloud. (PDF)
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    Ralph McArdell. EuroLLVM Conference 2015. CVu, 27(3):9-11, July 2015. Ralph McArdell reports on his experience of the LLVM Conference. (PDF)
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    Steve Folly. Code Club. CVu, 27(3):11-12, July 2015. Steve Folly shares his experiences with volunteering and teaching children coding. (PDF)
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    N.N.. ACCU London Review. CVu, 27(3):16, July 2015. One of the attendees at a recent meet shares their experience. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Jim Segrave, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 94. CVu, 27(3):17-21, July 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Silas S. Brown. Letter to the Editor. CVu, 27(3):21, July 2015. (PDF)
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    Mark Radford. Standards Report. CVu, 27(2):21-22, May 2015. Mark Radford reports on the latest C++ Standardisation proceedings. (PDF)
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    Ian Bruntlett. LAMP on Ubuntu. CVu, 27(1):6-8, March 2015. Ian Bruntlett shares his notes on setting up a basic web application. (PDF)
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    Chris Oldwood. The Developer’s Sandbox. CVu, 27(1):8-11, March 2015. Chris Oldwood wants to be in control. (PDF)
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    Thaddaeus Frogley. What Do People Do All Day?. CVu, 27(1):11-12, March 2015. Thaddaeus Frogley shares his day to day activities as a games programmer. (PDF)
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    Ralph McArdell. Raspberry Pi Linux User Mode GPIO in Python. CVu, 27(1):15-18, March 2015. Ralph McArdell finds stream based input/output to be more convenient. (PDF)
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    Emyr Williams. Kevlin Henney: An Interview. CVu, 27(1):18-19, March 2015. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Jim Segrave, Tom Bj"orkholm, James Holland, Alex Paterson. Code Critique Competition 92. CVu, 27(1):21-25, March 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Mark Radford. Standards Report. CVu, 27(1):26-27, March 2015. Mark Radford reports on the latest C++ Standardisation proceedings. (PDF)
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    Alan Lenton. View from the Chair. CVu, 27(1):28, March 2015. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. A Mutual Understanding. CVu, 26(6):1, January 2015. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Chris Oldwood. Simplicity Through Immutability. CVu, 26(6):3-5, January 2015. Chris Oldwood considers the benefits of unchangeable data. (PDF)
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    Pete Goodliffe. Advice for the Young at Heart. CVu, 26(6):5, January 2015. Pete Goodliffe offers sage advice, and asks you500彩票在线快三平台 to do the same. (PDF)
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    Ralph McArdell. Const and Concurrency (part 2). CVu, 26(6):8-9, January 2015. Ralph McArdell continues musing on comments to Herb Sutter’s updated GotW #6b solution. (PDF)
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    Ian Bruntlett. From the Coal Face. CVu, 26(6):11, January 2015. Ian Bruntlett shares his experiences: not salaried because of mental ill-health, but still working and learning. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Alex Paterson, James Holland. Code Critique Competition 91. CVu, 26(6):12-16, January 2015. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Emyr Williams. Scott Meyers: An Interview. CVu, 26(6):16-18, January 2015. Emyr Williams continues the series of interviews with people from the world of programming. (PDF)
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    Alan Lenton. View from the Chair. CVu, 26(6):20, January 2015. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. Community service. CVu, 26(5):1, November 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Chris Oldwood. Taming the Inbox. CVu, 26(5):4-5, November 2014. Chris Oldwood shares his tactics for keeping on top of the mail. (PDF)
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    Giuseppe Vacanti. Parsing Configuration Files in C++ with Boost. CVu, 26(5):8-9, November 2014. Giuseppe Vacanti describes how to deal with program options, C++ style. (PDF)
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    Silas S. Brown. Perl is a Better Sed, and Python 2 is Good. CVu, 26(5):10-12, November 2014. Silas S. Brown sweats the differences between tools on common platforms. (PDF)
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    N.N.. A Cautionary Tale. CVu, 26(5):13, November 2014. [This article is only available in the printed version of CVu due to rights issues.]. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Paul Floyd, Silas S. Brown, James Holland, Marcel Marré. Code Critique Competition 90. CVu, 26(5):15-19, November 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Chris Oldwood. ACCU London - October 2014. CVu, 26(5):19,21, November 2014. Chris Oldwood reports from the latest meeting of the London Chapter. (PDF)
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    Alan Lenton. View from the Chair. CVu, 26(5):24, November 2014. (PDF)
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    Steve Love. Look but don’t touch. CVu, 26(4):1, September 2014. Editorial. (PDF)
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    Pete Goodliffe. Testing Times. CVu, 26(4):3-7, September 2014. Pete Goodliffe exhorts us to test code effectively. (PDF)
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    Paul Grenyer. A Secure Data Centre in the Heart of .. Bowthorpe. CVu, 26(4):8, September 2014. Paul Grenyer takes a tour of MigSolv’s facility. (PDF)
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    Matthew Jones. What Do People Do All Day?. CVu, 26(4):9-10, September 2014. Matthew Jones gives some insight as to what his job involves. (PDF)
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    Alex Peterson. Beware setlocal Behaviour in Visual C++ 2012 & 2013. CVu, 26(4):11-13, September 2014. Alex Peterson investigates a bug in the Visual C++ runtime library. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Russel Winder. Code Critique Competition 87. CVu, 26(2):13-15, May 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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    Roger Orr, Juan Antonio Zaratiegui Vallecillo, Hushan Jia, Paul Floyd, Giuseppe Vacanti, Marcel Marré, Jan Ubben, Herman Pijl. Code Critique Competition 85. CVu, 26(1):20-23, March 2014. Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry. (PDF)
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