Expert C++ (Packt)
Monday, 20 April 2020

In this book subtitled "Become a proficient programmer by learning coding best practices with C++17 and C++20's latest features",authors Vardan Grigoryan and Shunguang Wu aim to teach the intricacies of the language, techniques, C++ tools, and the new features introduced in C++20. They start by exploring the latest features of C++, and then move on to advanced techniques such as multithreading, concurrency, debugging, monitoring, and high-performance programming, as well as object-oriented programming principles and the C++ Standard Template Library.



Author: Vardan Grigoryan and Shunguang Wu
Publisher: Packt
Date: April 2020
Pages: 606
ISBN: 978-1838552657
Print: 1838552650
Kindle: B085G6VVW2
Audience: would-be C++ programmers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: C/C++



  • Understand memory management and low-level programming in C++ to write secure and stable applications
  • Discover the latest C++20 features such as modules, concepts, ranges, and coroutines
  • Understand debugging and testing techniques and reduce issues in your programs
  • Design and implement GUI applications using Qt5
  • Use multithreading and concurrency to make your programs run faster
  • Develop high-end games by using the object-oriented capabilities of C++
  • Explore AI and machine learning concepts with C++ 

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