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C++ Plus Data Structures

C++ Plus Data Structures

by Nell Dale
838 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Rust Programming Cookbook
by Claus Matzinger
444 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 4 Downloads · New!
The “Rust Programming Cookbook: Explore the latest features of Rust 2018 for building fast and secure apps” is a programming book that reveals the core concepts of Rust to develop fast and safe applications. Claus Matzinger is the author of this programming book. Claus is a software engineer with a very diverse background. After working in a small company maintaining code for embedded devices, he joined a large corporation to work on legacy Smalltalk applications. Rust Programming Cookbook is a practical guide book for all readers as it helps overcome challenges when writing Rust code. After reading this book, the reader will learn how to overcome common roadblocks when using Rust for systems programming, web development, and networking programming. Furthermore, the reader will learn how to achieve better parallelism and security with Rust. It reveals how to build web applications and services using Rust for high performance. This book will also enhance their knowledge of Rust and leverage features using modern programming practices. All in all, Rust Programming Cookbook is a must read a book for all programming students.
Make Electronics
by Charles Platt
352 Pages · 2015 · 16  MB · 10 Downloads · New!
The “Make Electronics: Learning Through Discovery, 2nd Edition” is a helpful book for the beginners of electronics students. Make Electronics is written by the author Charles Platt. Charles is a Contributing Editor and regular columnist for Make magazine, where he has written about electronics. He was a Senior Writer for Wired magazine and has written numerous computer books. Make Electronics is awesome for anyone starting off in electronics. There is a good amount of experiments to better your understanding of the basics. The pictures of this book are bright and sharp. This is the second edition, and Charles described the things that have been improved from the first edition. This book also has a lot of basic info for accommodating beginners, and a good brush-up course for more advanced people. It tells how to solder, identify resistors, install and use things like IC’s and LEDs without burning them out. Additionally, it tells the basic facts about electronic components, like what IC’s, LEDs, and capacitors are. There is information toward the end on how to program software for your own contraptions using Arduino, versatile and cheap software that is good for programming robots. In short, Make Electronics is a must-read book for all the electronics students.
Fundamentals of embedded software
by Daniel W. Lewis
266 Pages · 2015 · PDF · 1 Downloads · New!
The “Fundamentals of embedded software: Where C and Assembly Meet, 1st Edition” is a great book for programming students. Daniel W. Lewis is the author of this book. Daniel received his BSEE from Ga. Tech in 1968 and his MS, Engineer’s, and Ph.D. degrees in EE from Syracuse. Now he is the Chair of the Computer Engineering department at Santa Clara University in Silicon Valley California. The book is definitely targeted at the undergraduate level and provides frequent examples and exercises for developing and testing the skills of the student. This book provides a detailed discussion of these necessary low-level topics as well as an excellent overview of the required elements of an embedded operating system. These elements include concurrency, scheduling, memory management, and shared memory. This book has an effective description of how to use C to interface to the Hardware environment that an embedded programmer has to deal with every day. Fundamentals of embedded software are very useful in building your confidence in the subject matters. In short, Fundamentals of embedded software is very helpful and worth to read a book for teachers and students.
Expert C Programming
by Peter Van Der Linden
353 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 2 Downloads · New!
The “Expert C Programming: Deep C Secrets” is a helpful book for all C programmers. Peter Van Der Linden is the author of this book. peter shares advanced tips and tricks of C programming. The writing style of Expert C Programming is personable and consistently engaging. Expert C Programming shows the strengths of C language and where it has more impact. This book was written in 1994, before the newer C standards, which most people use today. The glimpse of the past is entertaining, and the concepts are interesting and still relevant. Van der Linden reveals all about C programming tips and tricks. The author also reveals the coding techniques used by the best C programmers. Furthermore, the author discussed two ideas that are most characteristic of C among languages of its class, the relationship between arrays and pointers, and the way in which declaration syntax mimics expression syntax. This book is clear and concise for beginners, explains advanced techniques for intermediate users and also a great reference for experienced users. Expert C Programming should also be required reading for anyone that teaches a course on C programming. In summary, Expert C Programming is a must-read book that tells about data structures, algorithms, and programming in C.
Thinking in C++, Vol. 1
by Bruce Eckel
840 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Thinking in C++, Vol. 1: Introduction to Standard C++, 2nd Edition” is a great book that reveals the fundamentals of C++. Thinking in C++, Vol. 1 is written by the author Bruce Eckel. Bruce Eckel writes numerous coding books, like java, C and C++ and all of them are interesting. His books engage all the reader from start to the last page. Bruce is president of MindView that provides public and private training seminars, mentoring and design reviews in object-oriented technology and design patterns. Thinking in C++ is all about C++ programming book, Bruce guides the reader how to install setup, how to write and run code. He tells about initialization and cleanup, inline function, function overloaded, name controls and some others. Every chapter of this based on to-the-point examples with exercises. This book is really intended for beginners in C++. The step by step procedure on how this C++ is being processed. You will fully understand the operation of how this C++ is working by simply reading this book.


by Herbert Schildt
1056 Pages · 2015 · 10 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “C ++: The Complete Reference, 4th Edition” is an informative book that covers all the basics of C++ programming. Herbert Schildt is the author of this excellent programming book. He has written numerous programming books, such as Java, C#, C++ and all of them are worth reading. His programming books have sold more than three million copies worldwide have been translated into all major foreign languages. In this book, Herbert reveals everything about C++ in-depth, he guides about C syntax, loops, if/else conditions, functions, inheritance, classes and objects, control statements and much more. Herbert uses a few chapters on a quick refresher on those topics and then he moves on. He starts out with simple examples and then they get more and more complex, but you are never lost. Each topic of this book is covered clearly and concisely and packed with the details that you learn to be truly effective. If you are starting to learn C++ and plan to move to bigger and better things in the programming world, then this book is for you. This book engages all the reader from start to end of the page. All in all, C++ is a necessary book for C++ users.