A hands-on guide to creating C++, this work aims to show readers how to create good C++ code and to dispel the myth that C++ is a slow, inefficient language. Readers can see how others have overcome bad performance and improved existing code.
Dov Bulka has spent fifteen years in the trenches of software development delivering large-scale software products to market. He was the performance architect of the IBM Domino-Go Web server that has powered some of the biggest Web sites ever hosted on the Internet, including that of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from Duke University. David Mayhew is Principal Architect of StarBridge Technologies, Inc., where he concentrates on interconnection fabrics, peer processing, and PCI bus evolution. Previously, he worked for IBM's Networking Software Division. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from Virginia Tech. 0201379503AB04062001