C++ has come a long way and has now been adopted in several contexts. Its key strengths are its software infrastructure and resource-constrained applications. The C++ 17 release changes the way developers usually code by being fast, efficient, and flexible in solving common problems. If you want to grasp the practical usefulness of the C++17 in order to write smarter, fully portable code, then this learning path is for you.
This comprehensive 2-in-1 course will help you level up your skills in C++ programming, be it for enterprise software or for low-latency applications like games. With real-world, practical examples explaining each concept, this course will begin by introducing you to the latest features in C++ 17. It encourages clean code practices in C++ in general, and demonstrates the GUI app-development options in C++. You will get tips on avoiding memory leaks using smart-pointers. You will also learn the core STL concepts, such as containers, algorithms, utility classes, lambda expressions, iterators, and more to solve common development problems and code in a better way.
This training program includes 2 complete courses, carefully chosen to give you the most comprehensive training possible.
The first course, Getting Started with C++17 Programming, begins by introducing you to the latest features in C++17. It encourages clean code practices in C++ in general.You'll get tips on avoiding memory leaks using smart-pointers. Next, you'll see how multi-threaded programming can help you achieve concurrency in your applications. Moving on, you'll get an in-depth understanding of the C++ Standard Template Library.Finally, we'll round up with debugging techniques and best practices.
The second course, C++17 STL Solutions, will help you understand the language’s mechanics and library features, and offers insight into how they work. Unlike other courses, this course takes an implementation-specific, problem-solution approach that will help you quickly overcome hurdles. You will learn the core STL concepts, such as containers, algorithms, utility classes, lambda expressions, iterators, and more, while working on practical real-world examples. These examples will help you get the most from the STL and show you how to program in a better way.
By the end of this course, you will be adept with C++17 programming to build your own applications.
Meet Your Expert(s):
We have the best work of the following esteemed author(s) to ensure that your learning journey is smooth:
Jeganathan Swaminathan, Jegan for short, is a freelance software consultant and founder of TekTutor, with over 17 years of IT industry experience. In the past, he has worked for AMD, Oracle, Siemens, Genisys Software, Global Edge Software Ltd, and PSI Data Systems. He has consulted for Samsung WTD (South Korea) and National Semiconductor (Bengaluru). He now works as a freelance external consultant for Amdocs (India). He works as freelance software consultant and freelance corporate trainer. He holds CSM, CSPO, CSD, and CSP certifications from Scrum Alliance. He is a polyglot software professional and his areas of interest include a wide range of C++, C#, Python, Ruby, AngularJS, Node.js, Kubernetes, Ansible, Puppet, Chef, and Java technologies. He is well known for JUnit, Mockito, PowerMock, gtest, gmock, CppUnit, Cucumber, SpecFlow, Qt, QML, POSIX – Pthreads, TDD, BDD, ATDD, NoSQL databases (MongoDB and Cassandra), Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, Apache Camel, Dockers, Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD), Maven, Git, cloud computing, and DevOps. You can reach him for any C++, Java, Qt, QML, TDD, BDD, and DevOps-related training or consulting assignments. Jegan is a regular speaker at various technical conferences.
Jacek Galowicz obtained his master of science in electrical engineering/computer engineering at RWTH Aachen University, Germany. While at university, he enjoyed working as a student assistant in teaching and research, and he participated in several scientific publications. During and after his studies, he worked as a freelancer and implemented applications as well as kernel drivers in C and C++, touching various areas, including 3D graphics programming, databases, network communication, and physics simulation. In recent years, he has been programming performance- and security-sensitive microkernel operating systems for Intel x86 virtualization at Intel and FireEye in Braunschweig, Germany. He has a strong passion for modern C++ implementations of low-level software, and he tries hard to combine high performance with an elegant coding style. Learning purely functional programming and Haskell in recent years triggered his drive to implement generic code with the aid of meta programming.