C++ Programming In Ubuntu
What you'll learn
- Build software in C++
- Understand C++ classes, functions, pointers, structures, memory, templates and keywords
- Understand how to create Makefiles
- Basic linux skills
- Basic understanding of how the processor works
- Understand how to use the G++ compiler
- Understand how to create libraries
- You should have basic computer skills.
Do you want to make great apps?
If you are someone with no previous programming experience or someone with programming experience and would love to learn C++ you have come to the right place. In this course you will be taken through the baby steps of C++ and learn about functions, header files, datatypes, arrays all the way to more advanced c++ concepts such as classes, structures, pointers, macros and memory and in just over four hours your experience will flourish.
You will also learn about Makefiles and how to use them as well as how to use the compiler G++. This will allow you to write code without the assistance of an IDE which is normally essential with C++ when developing open source projects so that you can give the programmer who uses your code freedom on how he or she wishes to compile your project. I recommend the code editor Visual Code when writing C++.
After this course you could be considered to be a decent C++ developer.
I have programmed in C++ for a long time and have created my own programming language's which I wrote the compiler and interpreter for in C++. I am sure you will be happy with this course.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to learn how to code
- Anyone who wants to learn C++
- Anyone who wants to learn about system memory and a little bit about how processors work
Daniel McCarthy is a seasoned software engineer, boasting an impressive career spanning over 14 years in the industry. Holding a Master's Degree in Advanced Computer Science from Cardiff Metropolitan University, his broad spectrum of experience encompasses everything from web development to complex compiler and kernel design.
Daniel has honed his skills in bootloader and kernel development. In testament to his proficiency in the field, he has designed two proprietary programming languages: Craft, a general-purpose language, and Marble, a web-focused language akin to PHP. Moreover, he has successfully developed compilers for the C programming language.
His professional portfolio also includes the development of Linux kernel modules, a task he has executed with proficiency in a professional context. Currently, Daniel is channeling his wealth of experience and expertise into the education sector, with the aim of nurturing the next generation of professional software engineers.