Six Vouchers to Win

Ivan Cukic is currently writing a book on "Functional Programming in C++" for Manning Publication. Currently, 4 out of 14 chapters are published under the Manning Early Access Program. A new chapter is planned to appear each month. Here are the details of his book.

Why did it mention Ivan's book?

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For two reasons. First, I read the first 4 chapters and have to say, the book is a must-read for every programmer interested in C++ and functional programming. Second, I'm glad to have 6 vouchers to give away. They will be valid until May, the 17th 2017.

What have you to do to win a voucher? You have to answer a question. Why is functional programming becoming more and more important in C++? The better your answer, the more likely will it be that you win a voucher. Ivan and I will decide, which are the best answers. If we both are not sure, we throw a dice. I will write a 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, (including) the 19th of February to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. including your name if you like it. Your answer should be in English. Don't be shy. If you like, I will polish your German words. From Thursday until Sunday I will meet Ivan at the C++ Russia Conference in Moscow. So I think you know, what Ivan will talk about.


Here are the facts once more:

Challenge: Why is functional programming becoming more and more important in C++?

Answer to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until Sunday (including), the 19th of February.



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