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Ryan Stephens is a software engineer, writer, and student living in Tempe, AZ. He enjoys programming in virtually any language, especially C++. His interests include the fields of information retrieval and data mining, and pretty much anything that has to do with algorithms and large data sets. When he's not working, writing, or programming, he plays with his kids, works on his house, or goes cycling.
Christopher Diggins is a freelance software developer and writer who has been programming computers since he was "haut comme trois pommes". Christopher writes regularly for the C++ Users Journal, and is the designer of the Heron programming lanugage.
Jonathan Turkanis is the author of the Boost Iostreams library and several other open source C++ libraries covering areas including smart pointers, runtime reflection, component architectures and aspect-oriented programming. He is a Ph.D. candidate in mathematical logic at the University of California at Berkeley.
Jeff Cogswell has been programming in several languages for many years. His background was previously in telecom, writing software for such strange things as network management protocols. Lately, however, his work has focused more on web development. After spending a few years in both Florida and California, Jeff now lives in Michigan. He's holding out for some warmer weather.
Unfortunately I've found numerous bugs in them and some code fails to compile all together.
The 'C++ Cookbook' is a great resource for any developer that might be new to or still mastering the C++ programming language.
This book offers its solutions in a very readable, enjoyable manner that is also interesting and practical.
I will start by saying that I am by no means an experienced programmer. In just starting out, I wanted a book that would show me some sample programs that I could use to "learn by... Read morePublished on October 22, 2012 by H. Cotten
I bought this book because I wanted the equivalent of the "Python Cookbook" but for C++. However, I didn't find that level of information on the C++ version of the cookbook. Read morePublished on June 18, 2008 by Marc Magrans De Abril
A good book in a nice and handable format to take a look at the most importance topics in the c++ programmingPublished on January 6, 2008 by Eduardo Rodriguez