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Early Praise for Modern C++ Programming with Test-Driven Development
Jeff Langr has written another excellent book. This time he brings Test-Driven
Development to the world of C++. Jeff’s starting example brings us face to face
with the stark simplicity of good TDD. He explains why we work that way and
then provides key practical details, all the way through test doubles, working with
legacy code, threading, and more. This one is a keeper for anyone working with
Co-creator of the Extreme Programming methodology
Jeff Langr has written the best C++ book in years. Modern C++ Programming with
Test-Driven Development is the perfect mixture of theory and practice. The abstrac-
tions are explained with clarity and gusto, but the details are right there when
you need them. It’s sure to be an instant classic, in C++ and in TDD both.
Michael D. Hill
XP coach and writer
Jeff is an expert software craftsman, and in this book he shares his considerable
wisdom about crafting great software. This book is not about testing, though you
will learn valuable testing techniques. It is about improving your skills, code,
products, and life through test-driving. Whether you’re a novice, expert, or in be-
tween, Jeff will show you the how and the why of an expert who test-drives better
products with C++.
James W. Grenning
Author of Test-Driven Development for Embedded C
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