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“Professional C++, 5th Edition” Released

After working on it for a year, I’m proud to announce my new book “Professional C++, 5th Edition” is finished ūüôā

It has been updated to the C++20 standard and uses certain C++20 features, such as modules and std::format(), throughout all examples.

It is published by Wiley/Wrox, and available on Amazon.

Official Description

Improve your existing C++ competencies quickly and efficiently with this advanced volume

Professional C++, 5th Edition raises the bar for advanced programming manuals. Complete with a comprehensive overview of the new capabilities of C++20, each feature of the newly updated programming language is explained in detail and with examples. Case studies that include extensive, working code round out the already impressive educational material found within. 

Without a doubt, the new 5th Edition of Professional C++ is the leading resource for dedicated and knowledgeable professionals who desire to advance their skills and improve their abilities. This book contains resources to help readers: 

  • Maximize¬†the capabilities of¬†C++ with effective design solutions¬†¬†
  • Master little-known elements¬†of the language¬†and learn what to avoid¬†¬†
  • Adopt new workarounds and testing/debugging best practices¬†¬†
  • Utilize real-world program segments in your own applications¬†

Notoriously complex and unforgiving, C++ requires its practitioners to remain abreast of the latest developments and advancements. Professional C++, 5th Edition ensures that its readers will do just that. 

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“Professional C++, 4th Edition” Released

It has been a lot of work, but I’m proud to announce my fourth edition of “Professional C++” ūüôā
It is published by Wiley/Wrox.
And already available at Amazon.

Official Description

Get up to date quickly on the new changes coming with C++17

Professional C++ is the advanced manual for C++ programming. Designed to help experienced developers get more out of the latest release, this book skims over the basics and dives right in to exploiting the full capabilities of C++17. Each feature is explained by example, each including actual code snippets that you can plug into your own applications. Case studies include extensive, working code that has been tested on Windows and Linux, and the author’s expert tips, tricks, and workarounds can dramatically enhance your workflow. Even many experienced developers have never fully explored the boundaries of the language’s capabilities; this book reveals the advanced features you never knew about, and drills down to show you how to turn these features into real-world solutions.

The C++17 release includes changes that impact the way you work with C++; this new fourth edition covers them all, including nested namespaces, structured bindings, string_view, template argument deduction for constructors, parallel algorithms, generalized sum algorithms, Boyer-Moore string searching, string conversion primitives, a filesystem API, clamping values, optional values, the variant type, the any type, and more. Clear explanations and professional-level depth make this book an invaluable resource for any professional needing to get up to date quickly.

  • Maximize C++ capabilities with effective design solutions
  • Master little-known elements and learn what to avoid
  • Adopt new workarounds and testing/debugging best practices
  • Utilize real-world program segments in your own applications

C++ is notoriously complex, and whether you use it for gaming or business, maximizing its functionality means keeping up to date with the latest changes. Whether these changes enhance your work or make it harder depends on how well-versed you are in the newest C++ features. Professional C++ gets you up to date quickly, and provides the answers you need for everyday solutions.

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“Professional C++, Second Edition” Featured on the Microsoft VC++ Team Blog

My book “Professional C++, Second Edition”, published by Wiley/Wrox, is now featured in a dedicated post on the Microsoft Visual C++ Team Blog ūüôā
Read the VC++ Team Blog post here.

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Work On My Book “Professional C++, Second Edition” Is Finished

I just finished everything for my book “Professional C++, Second Edition” by Wiley/Wrox ūüôā
I think it will go on sale maybe around October, I don’t know the exact date yet.
After a bit more than a year of work, it‚Äôs finished ūüėÄ
It was really a huge amount of work, but it was definitely worth it, and a very interesting experience.

Here is the official link.

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