I am trying to learn the new C++. I am wondering if you are aware of resources or courses that can help me learn a little. I was not able to find any books for C++11. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
By the way, the isocpp website is great :)
Thanks! And you beat me to the punchline. :)
A good place to start is isocpp.org/get-started. It recommends four books, three of which have been updated for C++11 (and two of those three are available now). C++ Primer 5e is a good choice.
We also maintain a list of new articles and books under isocpp.org/blog/category/articles-books.
As for courses, there’s also a growing list of good courses there under isocpp.org/blog/category/training, including two C++11 overview courses by Scott Meyers and Dave Abrahams respectively.
As with all blog categories, you have three ways to find the most recent items under Articles & Books, Training, and other categories:
- Home page: The most recent items in each category are always listed right on the site’s newspaper-inspired home page.
- RSS: You can subscribe to RSS feeds for all posts, or for specific categories to get notifications of new articles, books, training, events, and more as they become available.
- Twitter: Follow @isocpp for notifications of new stuff.
The site and blog are curated, aiming for higher quality and lower volume. Even so, we know you won’t be able to read, watch, or listen to all of the content. So we’re doing our best to make sure that when you do pick something recommended by the site, it’s likely to be of high quality and address what you’re looking to find.
Enjoy! This is version 1 of the site… I hope that it’s already useful, and you’ll see quite a bit more over the coming year.