Based on their years of experience with large, mission-critical projects, four leading C++ authorities divide C++11/14 language features into three categories: Safe, Conditionally Safe, and Unsafe.
This book distills the C++ community's years of experience applying C++11 and C++14 features and will help you make effective and safe design decisions that reflect real-world, economic engineering tradeoffs in a large-scale, diverse software development environment. The book uses examples derived from real code bases to illustrate every finding objectively and to illuminate key issues. The authors identify the sound use cases, hidden pitfalls, and shortcomings of each language feature.
After reading this book, you will:
Seasoned C++ developers, team leads, and technical managers who want to improve productivity, code quality, and maintainability will find the insights in this modular, meticulously organized reference indispensable.