C++ Introduction training course

Create Efficient Responsive Robust C++ Applications - Where Performance Matters

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JBI training course London UK

  • Learn principles of Object Oriented Programming
  • Create Efficient Responsive Robust C++ Applications - Where Performance Matters
  • Explore Imperative Programming Features
  • Use Functions and Flow of Control
  • Understand Memory Management
  • Work with Pointers and Smart Pointers
  • Learn Data Structures and Classes
  • Implement Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Apply Templates for Generic Programming
  • Understand use  of Operators and Streams
  • Gain an Introduction to the Standard Library
  • Explore New C++11 Features
  • Learn more about C++14 Features

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Our C++ training course will introduce you to a key programming language used across a wide range of industries for many application types.  Noted for its performance, it can be used for embedded application, server side process as well as GUI applications. 

Recent changes to the language in new standards have improved the languages safety and performance further.  New and improved C++ Library features have improved functionality and helped reduce development effort.

The JBI approach is to move quickly from the basics of the language to features which allow safer usage of pointers, namely, smart pointer.  Various alternative styles of programming are possible with C++, such as, object oriented, generic and functional. 

We show how C++ allows these different styles of programming.


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JBI training course London UK
JBI training course London UK

Experienced Software Developers who are completely new to C++ programming or those with elementary skills in C++, who need to gain hands-on experience of developing commercial applications.

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Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

  • Data abstraction
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism

C++ Fundamentals

  • iostream
  • Use of cin and cout
  • Comments
  • Declaring variables
  • Scope
  • Lab: Create simple application providing input/ouput

Introduction to Functions

  • Defining functions
  • Passing by value
  • Passing by reference
  • Lab: Separate functionality into separate functions

Iteration and Flow of Control

  • Relational operators
  • for and while loops
  • do-while loop
  • Conditional expression
  • Switch statement
  • Lab: Add flow of control statements to provide user options

Arrays

  • Declaring arrays
  • Initialisation
  • Accessing arrays
  • Multi-Dimensioned arrays
  • Lab: Extent application to store data

Data Structure

  • Defining a structure
  • Accessing structure members
  • Lab: Store data within structures

Functions Revisited

  • Function overloading
  • Default arguments
  • Lab: Add function overloads

Pointers and Dynamic Memory

 

  • Overview of use of Pointers
  • Declaring pointers
  • Use of new and delete
  • Smart Pointers (new C++11 features)
  • Exception handling
  • Labs: Experiment with the use of pointers

Classes

  • Defining a class
  • Constructors
  • Destructor
  • Inline functions
  • New C++11 class features
  • Lab: Revise application to use classes and encapsulation

Inheritance - Polymorphism

  • Virtual functions
  • Pure virtual functions
  • Abstract classes
  • Lab: Enhance application to use inheritance and polymorphism

 

Introduction to Templates and Namespaces

  • Defining a namespace
  • Templates provide the basis for Generic Programming
  • Template functions
  • Template classes
  • Labs: Incorporate the use of a namespace; Experiment with the use of templates

Introduction to Operators

  • Defining operators
  • Unary and binary operators
  • Type conversion operators
  • Lab: Investigate the use of operators

Introduction to Streams

  • Formatted output
  • Input and error handling
  • File input and output
  • Lab: Add operator for output

Introduction to Standard Library

  • Containers and Container Adapters
  • Iterators and Iterator Adapters
  • Algorithms
  • Function Objects (Functors)
  • Labs: Store data within container; Experiment with use of algorithms and functors

New C++11 Features

  • Lambda Functions
  • Lambda Functions vs Functors
  • Lab: Use Lambda Function as alternative to Functor

Overview of C++14 Features

 

 

 
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