Media praise for Safe C++

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"Safe C++: How to Lower the Bug Count of your C++ code by Vladimir KushnirMy rating: 2 of 5 starsSafe C++ bills itself as providing ways of avoiding common programming mistakes in C++ through a set of rules. While the author makes a convincing case that these rules are better… " Full Review >
-- Kiatikun Luangkesorn,

"Safe C++ is quite interesting book, however, after reading it I have mixed feelings. At some point it is targeted at begineers. If you don't know how to avoid memory related mistakes, how to recover from the run-time errors, or how to hunt bugs you don't know much about safe coding yet. In that case this book is definitelly for you." Full Review >
-- Michal Konrad Owsiak,

"The latest C++ from O'Reilly promotes writing safe code. Safe C++ is an intermediate book that preaches good coding practices to ensure your code runs as efficiently (and safely) as possible. At under 150 pages and small, precise code snippets, this book goes pretty quick. The first couple of chapters cover basics and get into bugs, then the book moves into pointers, memory leaks, proper utilization of constructors/destructors, debugging and testing. A great (and quick) read for those looking to polish their skills in C++." Full Review >
-- Mat Powell,