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This book is to help people get back up to speed if they lost track of recent changes in C++.
- Learn how to write modern C++ using new features from C++ 11 to 20
- Think about testing as you code
- Learn what happens “under the hood” of your C++ code
- Choose the most efficient algorithm or data structure
After an introduction, each chapter walks through a main feature, using a small project, so you get the chance to write code. You will learn several extra features on the way.
It's in Manning's early access at the moment.