Five Vouchers to win for the book "Modern C++ for Absolute Beginners"

Is it possible to introduce C++ in 300 pages? Yes, it is. The book "Modern C++ for Absolute Beginners" from Slobodan Dmitrović proves it.

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Slobodan Dmitrović gives in 40 chapters an introduction to C++. Slobodan's book includes all necessary topics for a beginner to make the first steps with C++. His steps include the installation of a C++ compiler; and continues with elementary language features such as types, automatic type deduction, functions, but also classes, inheritance, and templates. His steps end with essential features such as smart pointers, input/output streams, or the standard template library, including containers and algorithms.
As a bonus, Slobodan dedicates the last chapter to the modern C++ standards C++11, C++14, C++17, and C++20, and provides exercises to the features.
Of course, it is not possible to present modern C++ in 300. The upcoming C++20 standard has about 2000 concisely written pages. An absolute beginner needs a first, friendly starting point to master the first steps with C++. This starting point should include the essential C++ features, guide what to use and what to avoid, and advise how this journey of learning modern C++ should be continued.
Slobodan Dmitrović's book is precisely this starting point that an absolute beginner is looking for to learn modern C++. To my knowledge, "Modern C++ for Absolute Beginners" is the only C++ book filling this need.

What have you to do to win a voucher? You have to answer the following questions:

  • What was your greatest challenge when learning C++? If you could turn back time, what would you do differently now?
  • What advice would you give to beginners in C++?

Slobodan and I will decide which are the best answers. I will write a follow-up post about the best answers. If you don't like that I mention your name, please let me know.

What are the rules? Send your answer in English until Sunday, the 6th of September to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. including your name if you like. 

 

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