|Name Scott Meyers|
|Education Brown University|
|Books Effective C++, Effective STL, Effective C++ Cd: 85 Specific, Microsoft Network Toolkit, Effective C++〔改訂2版〕|
Similar People Herb Sutter, Andrei Alexandrescu, Bjarne Stroustrup, Stanley B Lippman, Bruce Eckel
Scott meyers a unique perspective on c
Scott Douglas Meyers (born April 9, 1959) is an American author and software consultant, specializing in the C++ computer programming language. He is known for his Effective C++ book series. During his career, he was a frequent speaker at conferences and trade shows. He holds a Ph.D. in computer science from Brown University and an M.S. in computer science from Stanford University.
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He conceived and, with Herb Sutter, Andrei Alexandrescu, Dan Saks, and Steve Dewhurst, co-organized and presented the boutique (limited-attendance) conference, The C++ Seminar, which took place three times in 2001-2002. He also conceived and, with Sutter and Alexandrescu, co-organized and presented another boutique conference, C++ and Beyond annually in 2010-2014.
In March 2009, Meyers was awarded the Dr. Dobb's Journal Excellence in Programming Award.
Meyers has expressed opposition to asking programmers to solve design or programming problems during job interviews:
"I hate anything that asks me to design on the spot. That's asking to demonstrate a skill rarely required on the job in a high-stress environment, where it is difficult for a candidate to accurately prove their abilities. I think it's fundamentally an unfair thing to request of a candidate."
In December 2015, Meyers announced his retirement from the world of C++.