Aug 2, 2021 at 4:32pm UTC
make sure whatever books you use are at least written since 2018. The language changes regularly: we just got a 2020 update but I am not sure how many books out there cover the bleeding edge. If the books are older than this, you can supplement it with info from the web, such as
and its overviews:
cloud is like the polar opposite of embedded. that is a broad study plan :) Most clouds do not support c++ in any depth, but python will serve you well there.
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Aug 2, 2021 at 4:34pm UTC
Aug 2, 2021 at 6:59pm UTC
In addition to the books you've listed a couple of books by Bartłomiej Filipek I'd recommend getting are:
1. C++ Lambda Story - the history of lambda expressions.
2. C++17 in Detail - Another look at what C++17 has to offer.
If you like eBooks Leanpub has a decent bundle price for both.
Leanpub has a C++20 eBook work-in-progress (65% complete) version by Josuttis, similar to his C++17 Complete Guide, available:
(The price was decent IMO so I just purchased the eBook of C++20 Complete Guide. Buy before completed is cheaper)
Aug 2, 2021 at 7:02pm UTC
I have a number of printed older programming books, mostly for Windows Desktop API. Most of the older books, C/C++ & Win32 API, are still useful as reference even though the "how-to" has changed since they were published.
Aug 2, 2021 at 8:00pm UTC
Rainier Grimm is another author I'd look at. Leanpub has several English editions for consideration, The C++ Standard Library, Concurrency with Modern C++ & C++20.
Aug 2, 2021 at 8:29pm UTC
I had bookmarked C++ Stories
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