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This is David Perit's user page.



Contact Info

Name: David Perit

Main e-mail address:

School e-mail address:


IRC nickname: dperit


Note: almost all of the following links were lifted directly from the thread located at this forum I didn't find the guides shown, or create the links

Useful Guides: Visual C++ Deployment How to redistribute the Visual C++ Libraries with your application

The C++ Standards Committee

C++ FAQ Lite

SGI's STL documentation

Thinking in C++

The C++ Source

Overview of Generic Programming

Exception Safety

A course webpage, contains links to useful PDFs about animation and stuff

The OpenGL discussion boards, a useful help resource

A very useful help resource for all languages

Libraries: Boost


GUI Libraries:

Windows API




Good Books:

The C Programming Language by Kernighan and Ritchie

The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroustrup

Accelerated C++ by Andrew Koenig and Barbara E. Moo

Other recommended C++ books

Mini Bio, last updated June 2010

David Perit is a student at Seneca, in the CPA program. He likes computer games, books, and other fun things.

At one point he was a Computer Science student at the University of Waterloo, before he realized that Computer Science isn't the right program for learning software development. After spending a bunch of time at Sun Life writing documentation for the Configuration Management team, he moved to Toronto and started attending the CPA program, which is infinitely better for him than Computer Science was.

Before he was a Computer Science student, he worked at RWDI in Guelph on the internal software team, maintaining and updating their intranet, as well as designing and writing a complete program for an external client over the course of 4 months. He acquired around a year of experience working with the .NET framework and C#, spread between versions 1.1 and 2.0 of the framework. He also acquired a bunch of experience with MS-SQL.