Book: C++ Weekend Crash Course
Publisher: Hungry Minds
What are you doing this weekend? If Friday night’s highlights include creating your first C++ program in Visual C++ and CNU C++, then Saturday will find you deep into this book’s crash course. Lessons present debugging, flow control commands, and wielding pointers and objects. By Sunday, you’ll work through concepts such as inheritance, virtual functions, abstract classes, and stream I/O. After only 15 hours of practice, review, and assessment with C++ Weekend Crash Course, you’ll be able to show off your C++ skills on Monday morning — and shine. Step-by-step lessons that enables the user to program. 30 lessons are included to help the reader learn all about C++ in such a short time. Softcover.
Get up to Speed on C++ — in a Weekend! The big day is Monday; the day you get to show off what you know about C++. The problem is, you’re not really up to speed. Maybe it’s been a while since you worked with C++ or maybe you just like a challenge. In any event, we’ve got a solution for you — C++ Weekend Crash Course™. Open the book Friday evening and by Sunday afternoon — after completing 30 fast, focused lessons — you’ll be able to jump right in and start writing programs in C++. It’s as simple as that. About the Author
Stephen R. Davis, who goes by the name of Randy, has been a programmer and author at E-Systems in Greenville, Texas, for 15 years. He currently specializes in Java and C++ programming and software engineering issues. Randy fights with his wife Jenny and son Kinsey for computer time.