About the Book
This book helps you prepare for your next C++ technical interview if you are looking for an entry- or intermediate level position.
The questions are mostly not about edge cases and brain teasers but they cover the realistic knowledge you'll need to get a developer position in the C++ world.
The idea is that you take one question a day, you try to figure it out it on your own and then you check the answer in the book, plus the references.
The book covers topics such as:
- `auto` and type deduction
- The different usages of `static`
- Polymorphism, inheritance and virtual functions
- Lambda functions
- How to use the const qualifier
- Some best practices in modern C++
- References, universal references, a bit of a mixture
- Special function and the rules of how many
- The Standard Template Library
About the Author
I am a C++ software craftsman with strong Python working in the tourism and hospitality industry and an enthusiastic blogger writing about coding, books, and the importance of stoic philosophy in a software developer's life.
I moved to software development from database operations which means that I don't just care about delivering a product as fast as possible, but I do understand the importance of stability and maintainability.
I'm passionate about delivering clean solutions, but I find even more important to help my teams to constantly raise the bar and to (re)focus on quality and clean code. I do this by explaining how high-quality work will help them in their individual careers, by introducing more meaningful development processes and automation and by teaching them industry best practices.