Applied C++: Practical Techniques for Building Better Software

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Addison-Wesley, 2003 - Computers - 330 pages
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*Effective, practical tips for building fast, real, and robust C++ programs.
*Solutions-based: Discusses ideal solutions versus practical solutions and the tradeoffs of various design decisions.
*Concrete case study runs throughout the book and shows how to develop quality C++ software.

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Contents

Introduction
1
A Test Application
9
Design Techniques
21
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Philip Romanik is an independent consultant who has been designing and implementing real-world software applications for the past twenty years. He is an expert in the development of real-time, embedded software for performance-intensive applications. He has created patentable technology for his clients and has provided services to such leading companies as Eastman Kodak and Microsoft.

Amy Muntz is an independent consultant who holds advanced technical and business degrees, and writes from broad experience in both fields. She specializes in the development and management of aggressive software projects, successfully helping her clients over the past fifteen years build and market products that meet their business objectives.



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