Author: Josh Lospinoso
Publisher: William Pollock
Size: 6 Mb
Content: Although a number of very high-quality books are available to modern C++ programmers, such as Scott Meyer’s Effective Modern C++ and Bjarne Stroustrup’s The C++ Programming Language, 4th Edition, they’re generally quite advanced.
Some introductory C++ texts are available, but they often skip over crucial details because they’re geared to those totally new to programming. For the experienced programmer, it’s not clear where to dive into the C++ language.
I prefer to learn about complicated topics deliberately, building concepts from their fundamental elements. C++ has a daunting reputation because its fundamental elements nest so tightly together, making it difficult to construct a complete picture of the language.
When I learned C++, I struggled to get my mind around the language, bouncing among books, videos, and exhausted colleagues. So I wrote the book I wish I’d had five years ago.