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C++ Today: The Beast Is Back

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C++ Today: The Beast Is Back
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN-13: 9781491927588
Number of pages: 74

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Now that software development is shifting primarily toward mobile and cloud computing, the venerable C++ programming language is returning to the dominant position it held during the object-oriented boom of the 1990s. Authors Jon Kalb and Gasper Azman demonstrate how modern C++ (C++11 and C++14) provides the power, performance, libraries, and tools necessary for massive server farms as well as low-footprint mobile apps.

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