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== My Notes ==
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== Resources ==
== Resources ==

Revision as of 20:35, 11 July 2012



Various resources in no particular order (I'll eventually organize them)


I haven't watched all of these, so I'm not necessarily endorsing any of them

  • XoaX.net - Misc videos ranging from C++ to Neural Networks
  • thenewboston - website dedicated to providing free, quality tutorial videos on a broad range of subjects
  • Programming Video Tutorials (PVT) - Covers many popular programming languages through both text and video tutorials.

Tutorials/Free Books



  1. It's always interesting to hear opposing points of view
  2. From the table of contents in Enough Rope to Shoot Yourself in the Foot
  3. That's the name of the site, Bjarne Stroustrup is the original creator of C++ - Good FAQs listed here.
  4. Blogs which link to programming resources (College lectures, books). Looks very good.
  5. Looks to be *very* useful.

OS Neutral

CSV files

INI files

Windows specific

I've logged Windows-specific notes here




 * [[amazon>0470014687|You Can Program in C++: A Programmer's Introduction]]
   * [Material]
   * [page]
 * [[amazon>0470863986|You Can Do It!: A Beginners Introduction to Computer Programming]]
   * [Support]
   * [site]
   * YCDI notes
 * [[amazon>0131857576|C++ How to Program (5th Edition)]]
   * [Support]
 * [[amazon>0672326973|C++ Primer Plus (5th Edition, 2nd printing)]]
   * [[informit>0672326973|Downloads, Samples, Extra Content]]
 * [[amazon>0764571974|Ivor Horton's Beginning Visual C++ 2005]]
   * [Support]


 * [[amazon>0764574841|Professional C++ (Programmer to Programmer)]]
   * [Support]
 * [[amazon>0321321928|C++ Common Knowledge: Essential Intermediate Programming]]
   * [[informit>0321321928|Extras, Sample Content]]
   * [website]
 * [[amazon>0766846822|Jamsa's C/C++/C# Programmer's Bible]] ((This book was issued before the C++03 update to the [14882] standard and doesn't follow current conventions. For example it uses #include <iostream.h> instead of: #include <iostream> Sadly enough it also isn't listed on the publisher's site and I can't find any other mention of errata for it.))
 * [[amazon>1886411956|How Not to Program in C++: 111 Broken Programs and 3 Working Ones, or Why Does 2+2=5986]]
   * [Support]
   * [website]
   * [[2]] ((I haven't taken the time to review this yet.))
 * [[amazon>020170353X|Accelerated C++]]
   * [for the book] (errata, etc.)
 * [[amazon>0201379260|The C++ Standard Library - A Tutorial and Reference]]
   * [for the book] (errata, etc.)
 * [[amazon>9780596004965|C++ Pocket Reference]]((lots of errata :())
   * [[or>9780596004965|Errata, PDF purchase, etc]] @ O'Reilly Media
   * Thinking in C++
     * [[amazon>0139798099|Thinking in C++, Volume One: Introduction to Standard C++ (2nd Edition)]]
     * [[amazon>0130353132|Thinking in C++, Volume Two: Practical Programming]]
     * [in C++ Electronic books page] ((Warning, some links are broken))
     * [- PDF copies of these books]


 * Introduction to 3D Game Programming with  [[amazon>1556229135|Direct X 9]], [[amazon>1598220160|Direct X 9.0c]], [[amazon>1598220535|Direct 3D 10]]
   * [site] (errata, forums, etc.)