Looking for Proofreaders for my new Book: Concurrency with Modern C++

I'm looking for proofreaders of my new book. I'll give you a detailed insight in the current and the upcoming concurrency in C++. This insight includes the theory and a lot of practice.

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Race Conditions versus Data Races

Race conditions and data races are related but different concepts. Because they are related, they are often confused. In German we even translate both expressions with the term kritischer Wettlauf. To be honest, that is very bad. In order to reason about concurrency, your wording must be exact. Therefore, this post is about race conditions and data races.

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C++17: Improved Associative Containers and Uniform Container Access

C++11 has eight associative containers. With C++17, you can more comfortably insert new elements into them, merge existing associative containers, or move elements from one container into another if they are similar. But that is not all. The access to the associative and sequential container was unified.

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C++17: New Parallel Algorithms of the Standard Template Library

The idea is quite simple. The Standard Template (STL) has more than 100 algorithms for searching, counting, and manipulation of ranges and their elements. With C++17, 69 of them are overloaded and a few new are added. The overloaded and new algorithm can be invoked with a so-called execution policy. By using the execution policy, you can specify whether the algorithm should run sequential, parallel, or parallel and vectorized.

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C++17 has a Visitor

What have std::optional, std::any, and std::variant in common? You can construct them in-place. But that is not all. A std::variant supports a visitor.

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Get the Current Pdf Bundle: Concurrency with C++17 and C++20

I have prepared the pdf bundle. To get it is quite simple.

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C++17 - Avoid Copying with std::string_view

The purpose of std::string_view is to avoid copying data which is already owned  by someone else and of which only a non-mutating view is required. So, this post is mainly about performance.

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