Second Edition of "The Boost C++ Libraries" Now in Print and Online

boost-schaeling.jpgThe second edition of Boris Schäling's "The Boost C++ Libraries" is now available in print form and (free) online. The print edition is available at Amazon and the online version is here

This edition covers 72 Boost libraries, almost twice as many as the previous edition and uses 430 complete, but as short as possible code examples.

For Boost libraries that were incorporated into the C++11 standard library, differences between Boost and the standard library are highlighted.

The goal of this book is to increase your efficiency as a C++ developer and to simplify software development with C++. The Boost libraries introduced in this book will help you write less code with fewer bugs and finish projects faster. Your code will be more concise and self-explanatory and more easily adapted when requirements change.


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