And Now for Something Completely Different – C++ book

Today, I have “discovered” one of the best, C++ books that I have read. Discovery was possible due to the cleanup up of my book shelf. I bet, that quality and being the best comes from the “first experience”. This book was first one related to object oriented development.


The funny thing here is that I have read it during summer holidays, at the same time I was reading Lord of The Rings and Manitou by Masterton :)

This book taught me how to deal with subclassing, operators overloading, encapsulation, polymorphism, dynamic list management, and lots of different things that are important. And this was really step forward from C language that I was using at that time.

So, it’s like 20 years with object oriented programming already :) Time flies when you have fun.