C++03 to C++11

Ok then, is there any good new guides explaining ALL the new things in C++11?
I'm about to get C++11 and I'd like a good guide for things like constexpr, lambda/similar, and all new classes and files included.
Or at least the most important ones (At least, the ones regarding threads, timers and random number generators).
That depends. Is a guide like this good enough for you? http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/numeric/random

Seems like a pretty good guide to me. Found by doing:

Google -> C++11 random numbers -> 3rd link. ;)
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Overview of the New C++ (C++11/14)
by Scott Meyers
"This PDF document consists of Scott Meyers' extensively annotated presentation materials for his training course on C++11 and C++14. This intensively technical seminar introduces the most important new features in C++11 and C++14 and explains how to get the most out of them."

It is a bit weird reading it but I'm using it in conjunction with The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition when I have time.
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This has some: http://www.cprogramming.com/c++11/what-is-c++0x.html
I know what Docs are, Mats, but I really can't stand using non-friendly infos with this kind of things.
Grey Wolf's link looks like the best one I have for the moment.
retsgorf297's link is good too, but I've seen that, and it's just a little overview.

But seems like cppreference gives good examples, I may take it into account.
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