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Boost Your C++ Programming - page 5

Introduction

  • October 17, 2005
  • By Ibrahim Haddad

Conclusion

The Boost community and the Boost libraries are proving their value time and time again. Any C++ developer can improve their game by downloading these free libraries, and start learning about them. There is very good online documentation for the libraries, as well as a number of articles and a couple of books. There's a book about Boost.Graph called The Boost Graph Library User Guide and Reference Manual, and there's a book about Boost.Mpl called C++ Template Metaprogramming : Concepts, Tools, and Techniques from Boost and Beyond. Then, of course, there's Bj�rn's book, Beyond the C++ Standard Library: An Introduction to Boost, which talks in detail about twelve important Boost libraries.

About Bj�rn Karlsson

Bj�rn Karlsson works as a Senior Software Engineer at ReadSoft, where he spends most of his time designing and programming in C++. He has written a number of articles about C++ and the Boost libraries for publications such as C/C++ Users Journal, Overload, and the online journal The C++ Source.

Karlsson is a member of the advisory board for The C++ Source and has been a member of the editorial board of C/C++ Users Journal, where he is also one of the columnists in the Experts Forum. He participates in the Boost newsgroups and is one of the Boost-Users moderators.

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