Tag Archives: C++
Mobile Development with C# – Building Native IOS, Android, and Windows Phone Applications, Greg Shackles, – 2012 Programmers will find this slim book very useful if they like C#. It claims that C# apps can be portable across IOS, Android … Continue reading
Head First C, David Griffiths, – 2012 A very gentle introduction to the most important programming language. The C++ tag on this post is incorrect, as the book is about simple C. 500 pages.
The Art of Readable Code, Dustin Boswell, – 2011 Programmers will like this slim book with big ideas. Legendary O’Reilly quality, 250 pages.
API Design for C++, Martin Reddy, – 2011 Programmers will want to read this. The author has experience with large systems at Pixar, but this book is not about animation. It is about software architecture and design. Here is the … Continue reading
Programming in Objective-C, Stephen Kochan, Addison-Wesley, 2011 Programmers working on iPhone apps will want to read this. No experience with C is needed, but you will gain mastery of Objective-C. 500 pages.
iOS Recipes – Tips and Tricks for Awesome Iphone and Ipad Apps, Matt Drance, Pragmatic Programmers, 2011 Programmers working on iPhone native apps will want to read this book. It is not for beginners, but others will find it useful, … Continue reading
IPhone and IPad Apps for Absolute Beginners, Rory Lewis, 2010 New programmers will find this book to be a very gentle introduction. 300 pages.
Multicore Application Programming For Windows, Linux, and Oracle Solaris, Darryl Gove, Addison-Wesley (2011) Contents: Hardware, processes, and threads Coding for performance Identifying opportunities for parallelism Synchronization and data sharing Using POSIX threads Windows threading Using automatic parallelization and OpenMP Handcoded … Continue reading
Beginning IOS 4 Application Development By Lee, Wei-Meng (- 2010) For iPhone programmers. This book is nicely produced, with colored code examples. The code is of course Objective C, which takes a bit of a mind shift if you are … Continue reading
Head First Iphone and Ipad Development A Learner’s Guide to Creating Objective-c Applications for the Iphone and Ipad, Tracey Pilone, – 2010