Saturday, August 18, 2012

My Review of Safe C++

I have been programming in Arduino a lot lately and keep running into a lot of problems as I compile the code. That's where Safe C++ comes in really handy.
This is a good reference for anyone that's looking to become a better programmer by knowing what the basic pitfalls are. If you're learning to program, this probably isn't going to be for you but if you already know how to program and are learning a new language or brushing up on one, this works out well for C++.
Ultimately for Safe C++, you really should know the language beforehand as it goes through some important things such as pointers. If you know what a pointer is an how to use it, then you should be able to use this book just fine.

Disclaimer: This book was received as part of the O'Reilly Blogger Review Program. All comments represent my thoughts and opinions.

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