Finished Effective C++, 3rd Edition. I thought it was a volume of largely relevant and important material on the language. The only part I didn’t find personally valuable was the more detailed stuff about templates, which, unfortunately I’m still too novice a c++ goon to fully appreciate. Of particular interest was the idea of custom allocators and deallocators. If you work professionally in C++ and haven’t read this book, you should. Fascinating stuff. Otherwise, it’s going to be boring as hell. 8/10.