- C++ Standards Committee
- Issues lists and papers give insight into current status and future directions.
- Association of C & C++ Users
- Over 2400 book reviews, and lots more.
- The C++ Source
- "The Premier Online Journal for the C++ Community".
Copies of the C++ Standard
- ANSI Store
- The full C++ Standard including TC1 corrections (INCITS/ISO/IEC 14882) is available as a PDF document for $18 US. The document is certainly not a tutorial, but is interesting to those who care about the precise specification of both the language and the standard library.
- The full C++ Standard including TC1 corrections is also available in book form, list price $65 US. Since the content of the book is the same as the much cheaper ANSI PDF, the book form is only of interest to those who prefer a physical book, say for a school or company library.
- C++ Committee Meetings
- FAQ for Boost Members wishing to attend a standards committee meeting.
- Generic Programming Techniques
- By David Abrahams and Jeremy Siek describes some of the techniques used in Boost libraries.
- Error and Exception Handling
- Describes approaches to errors and exceptions by David Abrahams.
- Exception-Safety in Generic Components
- Lessons Learned from Specifying Exception-Safety for the C++ Standard Library by David Abrahams.
- Counted Body Techniques
- By Kevlin Henney is must reading for those interested in reference counting, a widely used object management idiom. Originally published in Overload magazine.
- Implementation Variations
- Sometimes one size fits all, sometimes it doesn't. This page deals with the trade-offs.
- Feature Model Diagrams in text and HTML
- Describes how to represent feature model diagrams in text form.