- Standard C++ for $18
While you're at it, email the British Standards Institution (http://www.bsi.org.uk/) explaining how they're losing out.
- C++ Report
This (expensive for non-US subscribers) magazine has a new web site, with access to some articles. Well worth a look.
As well as C++ report, take a look at Byte's article archive.
- Deja News
If you're stuck with a tough problem, someone else has probably discussed it online. So try Deja News (searchable archive of usenet news-group messages) and see what you get.
- STL reference
Useful STL reference.
- Linux Web Watcher
To keep track of recent changes to Linux-related web pages (including programming issues).
- Free C++
Experimental GNU C/C++
- Hardware upgrade info
These places may be of interest next time you upgrade your compiler….
This is a good place for news on chipsets and CPUs.
It has good explanations of current technologies. It doesn't have as much benchmark info as I'd like:
Well. I'm not a fan of the language but its got some very nice libraries/modules (have a look at Perl In a Nutshell some time…)
The Perl Home Page
http://www.perl.com/perl/index.html is a good place to start.
The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network
should be your next stop.
- Open Systems
Are continuing to make their presence felt. Here are a couple of new sites:
- Late breaking changes
By Ian Bruntlett
Overload, 7(32):, June 1999