C++, 1st program to expert programmer

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EdCast is a personal learning network to enhance human ability to collaborate and learn across educational materials, instructors, students and employers. EdCast Knowledge Cloud™ powers online learning portals built on OpenedX for world class institutions, enterprises, governments and non-profits to enable millions of students to collaborate with each other and learn. The team has track-record of building large-scale transformational technology and are passionate about the global impact of mobile and online education. EdCast is a Stanford StartX company backed by tier 1 venture capital firms. The company is based in Mountain View, CA with offices worldwide.

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    C++, 1st program to expert programmer

 

 

C++ is an object oriented programming language that can be used to create modern desktop software, game developments, or even critical system drivers. You will find out that most trading applications are designed in C++ because in trading, speed equals money. When we get into the game development, C++ programming is hard to avoid if you want to create a fantastic and popular gaming experience.   In this C++ video series, we'll start with installing gcc on our system. After gcc, we will install Eclipse which is a cross platform IDE, because most efficient programmers don’t develop things on notepad. And yes, this is a pure C++ programming guide, with everything explained code by code, all directed towards practical application. We are in no hurry, so we will start from Basics of Hello World in C++ and further moving to data types, variables, and their scope. Further, we will look ...
    C++, 1st program to expert programmer

 

 

C++ is an object oriented programming language that can be used to create modern desktop software, game developments, or even critical system drivers. You will find out that most trading applications are designed in C++ because in trading, speed equals money. When we get into the game development, C++ programming is hard to avoid if you want to create a fantastic and popular gaming experience.   In this C++ video series, we'll start with installing gcc on our system. After gcc, we will install Eclipse which is a cross platform IDE, because most efficient programmers don’t develop things on notepad. And yes, this is a pure C++ programming guide, with everything explained code by code, all directed towards practical application. We are in no hurry, so we will start from Basics of Hello World in C++ and further moving to data types, variables, and their scope. Further, we will look deep into the different operations that can be performed like arithmetic, logical, and assignment. No programming is complete without looking into conditional programming and loops, so we will look into IF, Else, while loop, do while loop, and for loop with examples.   Then we will take a practical look into the code syntax of object oriented programming like Classes, objects, polymorphism, abstraction, and encapsulation. These are the most common terms of programming along with functions, which will be explained with examples. Don’t expect anything to be explained without presenting a code example.   Moving on in our journey, we will pass from the roads of many terms like constructors, destructors, this pointer, friend keyword, dynamic memory, and namespace. We will finally move into C++ 11, which is the latest standard. We will configure environments for C++ 11 and will take a look into the most common differences introduced in C++ 11.     What are the requirements?   PC or MAC  Eclipse (available for free)  GCC (available for free)  Ability to practice regularly

 

  What am I going to get from this course?   Make you comfortable for c++ terms and Eclipse programming  Object oriented programming  Learn c++ 11 concepts  Making you comfortable to understand any c++ code  Read and write files to permanent storage

 

  What is the target audience?   Students  Teachers  Anyone interested in game development  Programmers

 

 

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