Did you know that some of the books source code examples can be obtained via GitHub repositories?
I’ve set up a public page with repositories on GitHub, from which some of the books code examples will be available. Currently, the source code of the code kata (“Roman Numerals”) I’ve discussed in the chapter on Test-Driven Development (TDD) can be obtained there. More samples will follow.
Git is a distributed revision control and source code management system. If you don’t have git on your machine, you also can download the samples as zip-Archives. Just go to the page of a repository and click on the “Download ZIP” button in the lower right corner. Enjoy!
I would like to draw your attention to the official Twitter account of my book Sustainable Software Development With Clean C++: @susodevcpp.
Stay informed by following me. The suggested hashtag for the book is #susodevcpp.
Find out what other people are saying about my book by clicking on this link to search for this hashtag on Twitter: https://twitter.com/search?q=susodevcpp&src=typd
Published! The first version of Sustainable Software Development With Clean C++ is available on Leanpub now!
I would be very pleased if you would purchase it.
Please note that it is a Leanpub book. According to the lean publishing principle, it will be published before its 100% completed to build a readership earlier, and to collect meaningful feedback from readers.
As of today, the book is finished to about 30%. Taking this into account, the minimum price is currently $11.90, the suggested price is $15.90. With increasing degree of completion in the future, the price will slightly increase from time to time. All buyers will be able to download all future updates for free!
Once again, thank you for your interest in my book. I am looking forward to your feedback.