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If you wish to improve your OO programming skills, you may be interested in the C++ FAQ Lite. You will find a lot of C++ related topics covered, and tons of hints and best practices for good C++ programming.

As books and Internet sites can only take you so far, I found the following advice from the Learning OO/C++ section very useful:

Object-oriented thinking is caught, not just taught. Get cozy with someone who really knows what they're talking about, and try to get inside their head and watch them solve problems. Listen. Learn by emulating.