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#Actualmrbastard

Posted 18 October 2012 - 06:17 PM

+1 for the Meyers ebook and the new edition of the Josuttis std library book. For a bit more depth on the c++11 std threading stuff, William's book is very good. On templates the Josuttis/Vandevoorde book is very good.

For const correctness and casting, you can see the c++faqlite

Microsoft's channel9 has some excellent videos - look out especially for Stephan T Lavevej's series and Herb Sutter's stuff on C++11. All the GoingNative and C++AndBeyond stuff is well worth a watch too. A good starting point might be Bjarne's Stroustrup's talk on C++11 style.

#1mrbastard

Posted 18 October 2012 - 06:14 PM

+1 for the Meyers ebook and the new edition of the Josuttis std library book. On templates the Josuttis/Vandevoorde book is very good.

For const correctness and casting, you can see the c++faqlite

Microsoft's channel9 has some excellent videos - look out especially for Stephan T Lavevej's series and Herb Sutter's stuff on C++11. All the GoingNative and C++AndBeyond stuff is well worth a watch too. A good starting point might be Bjarne's Stroustrup's talk on C++11 style.

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