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Book Review: Functional Programming in C++

Written by on December 2, 2018 in Book Review, C++, Programming with 1 Comment

Title: Functional Programming in C++: How to improve your C++ programs using functional techniques Author: Ivan Cukic Publisher: Manning Publications Co. Year: 2019 This book came out recently, about a week ago. I bought it immediately, and when I started to read it, I couldn’t put it down! Very informative and well written. If you […]

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Book Review – Design Patterns in Modern C++

Written by on July 22, 2018 in Book Review, C++ with 0 Comments

Title: Design Patterns in Modern C++ – Reusable Approaches for Object-Oriented Software Design Author: Dmitri Nesteruk Publisher: Apress Year: 2018 Luck has been on my side for the past few weeks; I have been getting access to nice books to read. I wrote about The Modern C++ Challenge in my last post. Today, I am going […]

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Is Deriving from a Concrete Class Bad?

Written by on August 7, 2016 in Julia, Programming with 0 Comments

In my first post on Julia, I noted that the language does not allow deriving from a concrete (i.e., non-abstract) class. It definitely came as a surprise because in most OO languages (C++, Java, Scala, C#, etc.) such a restriction does not exist. It is true that when you design an inheritance hierarchy, you have […]

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