I have two great news. First, you have my C++20 on Amazon and second, you can download the source code on GitHub.
DONE: I have written almost 100 posts about C++20. Now, I want to ask you the question: What should be my next big topic? Make your choice in this poll.
Last week, I launched a quiz. The price was it to win one of the five vouchers for my book "C++20".
I'm happy to announce a guest post about Time Travel Debugging with UDB. At the end of the post, I have a bonus.
I give away five vouchers for my book "C++20". In return, I have a question about the Big Four: concepts, ranges, coroutines, and modules. Which feature excites your most and why?
Last week, I launched a quiz. The price was it to win one of the five vouchers for the book "The Modern C++ Programming Cookbook" 2en Edition by Marius Bancila.
I'm proud to present the early release of my book to C++20 on LeanPub. The book is 50 % done and has more than 300 pages and 150 code examples of content. I will update the book at least two times in 2021. Of course, you will get each update of the book.
I'm looking for proofreaders for my new book "C++20". The book serves two purposes. It provides you the details of the new C++20 standard and shows you how to use it. This book includes more than one hundred fifty examples to study the theory in praxis.
Last week, I launched a quiz. The price was it to win one of the five vouchers for the book "Modern C++ for Absolute Beginners" from Slobodan Dmitrović.
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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