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C/C++ Software Development with Eclipse: An easy to understand yet thorough guide on using Eclipse for C/C++ Software Development Paperback – November 10, 2011
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[[Meera]] From her experience both as a teacher and working for the Software industry, Meera brings a unique blend of imparting knowledge and learn technical details practical to Software Developers. When not busy enjoying life with her sweet daughter Dehlia, she studies new trends and developments in Software Engineering to closely monitor Software Engineering landscape at the horizon. She microblogs to her twitter stream @LeanReligion and blog.dehlia.in [[Purnank]] Purnank was first introduced to Eclipse based IDE in 2003 with IBM(R) Websphere(TM). The early fascination and a gradual influence of a plethora of Eclipse based plugins convinced him more than a Swiss knife for software is finally available. With ever increasing functionality of C/C++ Development Tooling within Eclipse, he thought it is the right time to introduce a majority of C/C++ developers what they are missing and started working on this book with his wife, Meera.
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While the authors may not be native English speakers, the language is difficult to follow, as many grammatical and case conflicts muddle the discussion.
I made it to page 81 and then gave up, wondering what I was really reading: an undergraduate's submission for a Technical Documentation class; or an Amazon catfish....
I can not recommend this text lowly enough...C/C++ Software Development with Eclipse: An easy to understand yet thorough guide on using Eclipse for C/C++ Software Development