Ease your way into C++
What you'll learn
- Get started coding using C++ syntax
- Learn to program
- Variables in C++
- Console Programming
- Have a C/C++ compiler such as DevC++, Visual Studio, Xcode, netBeans...etc
This small course will help you develop the basic skills to start programming in C/C++. In this particular course, we will choose C++ as our language of choice.
During this short course, you will learn how to create a small program that runs on your computer. You will also learn how it works so that you will be able to create other programs to get you started in your learning journey.
The lessons will help you understand how variables work and how to use them. Memory utilization will also be introduced so that you will understand how your computer sees data.
For the next level, enroll in the Getting Started with C++, The Complete Course. In that course, you will learn the concepts of procedural programming, conditional flow, loops and you will also be introduced to Object Oriented Programming.
For this course, try to write code as it's presented to you and attempt to understand the concept associated with that particular demonstration. Once you feel that you have a handle over the topic and the technic used, try your own version, then take notes on what worked and what didn't.
You will learn more by practicing rather than passively watch videos. Make sure that you code!
Who this course is for:
- Beginners in programming
- Beginners in C/C++
- Beginners in C++
- Beginners in Software Development
- Data Sciences
- Computer Sciences
Prof. Mehri has been teaching technology and business based courses for more than 25 years. His background in electronics, computer sciences, cyber security and business offers students honest insights on the topic at hand while building solid foundations for these disciplines through his teaching methods.
Prof. Mehri's style is a hands-on approach to learning. He usually teaches a topic by using exercises that students can undertake right away to immerse themselves in the topics at hand. His style has been appreciated by many of his students in the various universities and training facilities where he taught.