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As one of the most popular general purpose programming languages in the world, C++ can be used to create everything from small apps to complete video games and critical system drivers. Now you can get started with C++ in a step by step, hands-on video course, in far less time than trying on your own with this ultimate c plus plus tutorial .
In this 10 hour tutorial series, computer science professor Mike McMillan introduces you to the basics of programming in C++. With over 25 years of programming experience, 13 years of teaching, and having written 6 textbooks on programming, Mike offers the definitive guide to coding. Starting with the basics of the C++ programming language, this video tutorial covers all of the basic operations you need to start building your own programs with c plus plus programs
A solid introduction to C++ course for those like me who have not worked with C++ before. The instructor is clear to hear, screens easy to read, and no problems with following along. This instructor also did a really good Python programming course I took.
Very solid intro course, as are all of the Infinite Skills courses. I do however wish the instructor had shown us more of the capabilities of the IDE.
I've been using Python to write most of my programs for about 5 years. I've written some C++ through examples in some high-level frameworks such as Cinder and OpenFrameworks, but I never fully understood the fundamental things necessary to program correctly. This course has provided me with enough knowledge and practical experience to further my education and continue striving for better quality code.
This is actually the best C++ beginner course you will ever find. I would strongly urge you to take this.
The order in which some concepts are explained is a bit awkward (I can't, for the life of me, think of a reason to explain operator overloading, references and pointer derefencing before something as simple as a switch statement) and some explanation about structs, unions and enums could have been added (in this course or the Advanced C++, where I think they are not being treated either), but otherwise this is great introductory material. It will get you up to speed with C++ quickly and provide you with a thorough grounding in only a few short hours.