Publications

This page details the published books, columns, articles / tips and blogs written by employees of Synesis Software and others.

Books

Note: many of the publishing and open-source activities have been curtailed throughout 2010-2012 and 2013-2015 due to very consuming commercial engagements. As of Q4, Matt has a new (permanent) role that, though very demanding, will likely give him the stimulation and (out-of-hours) capacity to concentrate and get back to writing again.


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Extended STL, volume 2 is in early preparation, and is aimed for publication by Addison-Wesley, in 2010.

Columns & Article Series

Note: many of the publishing and open-source activities have been curtailed throughout 2010-2012 due to a very consuming commercial engagement, which is projected to finally ease off in August 2012, after which much activity on articles, blogs, books, columns, libraries, and so on will recommence.


From September 2012, Matthew Wilson will write an occasional series of articles about software anatomies for the ACCU's CVu magazine.

From August 2009, Matthew Wilson will write the Quality Matters column for the ACCU's Overload magazine.

From 2003-6, Matthew Wilson wrote for C/C++ User's Journal in the (in-print) column Positive Integration.

Bjorn Karlsson and Matthew Wilson write an occasional column for The C++ Source: Smart Pointers.

From 2003-5, Matthew Wilson wrote for C/C++ User's Journal/Dr Dobb's Journal in the the online Expert's Forum column Flexible C++.

Articles

Note: many of the publishing and open-source activities have been curtailed throughout 2010-2012 due to a very consuming commercial engagement, which is projected to finally ease off in August 2012, after which much activity on articles, blogs, books, columns, libraries, and so on will recommence.


Our staff have contributed to the following articles at technical conferences and in industry publications:

Tips / Small Articles

Note: many of the publishing and open-source activities have been curtailed throughout 2010-2012 due to a very consuming commercial engagement, which is projected to finally ease off in August 2012, after which much activity on articles, blogs, books, columns, libraries, and so on will recommence.


Blogs

Note: many of the publishing and open-source activities have been curtailed throughout 2010-2012 due to a very consuming commercial engagement, which is projected to finally ease off in August 2012, after which much activity on articles, blogs, books, columns, libraries, and so on will recommence.