Refreshing C++ Knowledge With Books
I learned C++ long ago in the 90s, but it has been a while since then. I’ve used it rarely on and off, but it is far from my primary language. But I need to make sure I know the language well. Perhaps new things or things I forgot about could be a pain to refactor the codebase to “the right way” of coding C++.
So, that’s what I’m fixing with books. Here are the books I got to get me up to speed.
It is a lot of books to go through, thousands of pages… but I can skim for stuff I lack the knowledge for or have a particular interest in.