C++ Fundamentals and Beyond:a detailed introduction and more
- No prior programming experience is needed. You will learn everything you need to know step-by-step.
Have you never done C++ programming or any programming before, but want to begin learning C++?
Do you want to easily learn C++ without confusion?
Or do you need to brush-up on your very basic knowledge about C++ programming?
If so, this course is perfect for you!
In this course, you will learn C++ from the very beginning with a clear step-by-step guide for everything. It goes over the very basics of C++ programming and makes sure that there is no confusion. You do not need any prior coding experience! You will learn things like how to print out messages, variables, data types, and conditional (if) statements in C++. Then, you will learn about a little more complex things such as loops and arrays.
There are many types of programming languages, but C++ is one of the most popular, efficient, and powerful programming languages. It can be used for building so many things such as high-end desktop games and complex artificial intelligence programs. It is used by many companies, organizations, banks, and individual programmers/developers.
While C++ is usually more challenging to learn, this course simplifies it for you and guides you through every step as much as possible. The course is meant for people who have never done C++ before and want to learn how to do it.
Who this course is for:
- This course is for anyone who wants to learn the very basics of C++ programming, step-by-step. If you don't have much programming experience and you want to being learning C++ programming for the first time, then this course is perfect for you. If you want to get introduced to C++ in a step-by-setp, clear way that doesn't seem to overwhelming or complicated, you should try out this course.
Tilika is a high school student living in Vancouver, Canada. She has a passion for communicating the concepts of coding in simple ways.
Tilika first began teaching how to code by creating a small summer code camp. She was then inspired to create Coding For All, a nonprofit organization that teaches students how to code, apply their skills to coding projects, and gives them tutoring and other kinds of support in learning how to code.