Posts Tagged ‘c++’

How To Avoid the 5 Most Common C++ Mistakes

June 11th, 2013 Leave a comment
How To Avoid the 5 Most Common C++ Mistakes

We’ve all been there. From newbie to old hat, the unexpected compiler error and subsequent hair pulling as we look for the problem that could have caused it is one of the most frustrating things a programmer can experience. Yes, it’s probably even worse than the old “C is better than C++” argument (or “C++ is better than C”, take your pick) that continuously makes the rounds. If you’ve ever been an instructor teaching people how to program in C++, you’ve no doubt learned what the five most common, frustrating mistakes programmers can make are. If so, here’s… View full post »

Pro Android C++ Book Review

May 20th, 2013 Leave a comment
Pro Android C++ Book Review

By Onur Cinar It seems as though there’s no end to Android programming books out there, especially now that the platform has experienced its meteoric rise from new OS entrant to capable and formidable market player. Unfortunately, as a result, many good books get lost in the shuffle – when looking for a new book you’re likely to encounter a whole suite of them – some relevant and some, not. This trend applies even to specialized niches within Android, where books are put on the market quickly to capitalize on new OS versions. In all this printed abundance, I luckily stumbled upon… View full post »