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Steve Heller (born 1949) is the author of a number of books on computer programming.

Heller enrolled at Shimer College in 1965 after 11th grade and graduated in 1971 in absentia. He met his second (current) wife, Susan, in the process of writing Who's Afraid of C++?, and they married in 1997. He has been the list owner of Colloquy, the Internet-based high-IQ society. Heller currently lives in East Texas.

Works

  • Large Problems, Small Machines (Academic Press, hardcover, ISBN 0-13-009402-1, August 1992)
  • Efficient C/C++ Programming: Smaller, Faster, Better, 2nd Edition. (Morgan Kaufmann, paperback, ISBN 0-12-784816-9, July 1997)
  • Who's Afraid of C++? (Morgan Kaufmann, paperback, ISBN 0-12-339097-4, June 1996)
  • Who's Afraid of Java? (Morgan Kaufmann, paperback, ISBN 0-12-339101-6, July 1997)
  • Who's Afraid of More C++? (Morgan Kaufmann, paperback, ISBN 0-12-339104-0, July 1998)
  • Optimizing C++ (Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-977430-0, paperback, July 1998)
  • Learning to Program in C++ (Pearson Education, ISBN 0-13-032410-8, paperback, November 2000)
  • C++: A Dialog (Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-009402-1, paperback, August 2002)

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