I have been working with C for 10+ years, Objective-C for ~3 years, and recently rediscovered C++. I have a public affair with statically typed languages and network protocols. Oh, I also sympathise with Python.
Did I help you somehow? If you think it's worth something and you're feeling generous, you may take a look at my wish list to see some books that would make me quite happy.
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