This book is written for an audience that has a minimum level of knowledge regarding C and C++ development. Junior and intermediate C/C++ engineers are the main audience that can get the most from this book and leverage their expertise and knowledge. Hopefully, after reading this book, they can gain a raise in their position and become senior engineers. In addition, after reading this book, their expertise would be a better match for more relevant job opportunities that are challenging and usually well paid. Some topics can still be useful to senior C/C++ engineers, but it is expected that most of the topics are known to them and only some extra details can still be useful.
The other audience that can benefit from reading this book is students and researchers. Students of bachelor's, master's, or PhD degrees studying in any branch of science or engineering such as computer science, software engineering, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT), astronomy, particle physics, and cosmology, as well as all researchers in these fields, can use the book to increase the level of their knowledge about C and C++, Unix-like operating systems, and the relevant programming skills. This book would be good for engineers and scientists working on complex, multithreaded, or even multi-process systems performing remote device controlling, simulations, big data processing, machine learning, deep learning, and so on.
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