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c++ - Extended STL, Volume 1: Collections and Iterators published at last

reply "Matthew Wilson" <matthew hat.stlsoft.dot.org> writes:
Hi all

Just a bit of shameless self-promotion to let y'all know that "Extended STL,
Volume 1: Collections and Iterators" is finally published and available.
Featuring 53 chapters (+ 3 extra chapters on the CD), it's a full tour of
the perils, pitfalls, pleasures and peaks of STL extension, covering
adaptation of operating system/3rd-party library APIs, and various facets of
iterator adaptation, on top of a whole lot of pertinent foundational
material.

Check out the website (http://www.extendedstl.com/), or just go straight to
Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Extended-STL-1-Matthew-Wilson/dp/0321305507/)
and buy it if you trust me. ;-)

The reviews so far have been pretty favourable - see
http://www.extendedstl.com/reviews.html

I'm pretty busy with "real work" for the rest of this year, so the next two
books - Breaking Up The Monolith (2008) and Extended STL, Volume 2 (2009) -
will have to wait awhile.

Best wishes to all

Matt


-- 
Matthew Wilson

Director, Synesis Software - Fit-for-purpose Software
    (www.synesis.com.au)
Author: "Extended STL", Addison-Wesley, 2007
    (http://www.extendedstl.com)
Author: "Imperfect C++", Addison-Wesley, 2004
    (http://www.imperfectcplusplus.com)

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Jun 28 2007
parent Pablo Aguilar <pablo.aguilar gmail.com> writes:
Congratulations!!


Matthew Wilson wrote:
 Hi all
 
 Just a bit of shameless self-promotion to let y'all know that "Extended STL,
 Volume 1: Collections and Iterators" is finally published and available.
 Featuring 53 chapters (+ 3 extra chapters on the CD), it's a full tour of
 the perils, pitfalls, pleasures and peaks of STL extension, covering
 adaptation of operating system/3rd-party library APIs, and various facets of
 iterator adaptation, on top of a whole lot of pertinent foundational
 material.
 
 Check out the website (http://www.extendedstl.com/), or just go straight to
 Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Extended-STL-1-Matthew-Wilson/dp/0321305507/)
 and buy it if you trust me. ;-)
 
 The reviews so far have been pretty favourable - see
 http://www.extendedstl.com/reviews.html
 
 I'm pretty busy with "real work" for the rest of this year, so the next two
 books - Breaking Up The Monolith (2008) and Extended STL, Volume 2 (2009) -
 will have to wait awhile.
 
 Best wishes to all
 
 Matt

Jun 29 2007