Advanced C++

Advanced C++

Microsoft DEV210.3x-LAAS

Free of Charge

This course is an advanced dive into some of the more complex topics of C++ software development.

Abstract


Advanced C++ is the third course in the Microsoft Learning C++ series. Students will learn about a vide variety of high-level C++ software development techniques.

It is highly recommended that students complete both the “Introduction to C++” and “Intermediate C++” courses before attempting this one. However, with a solid understanding of the prerequisites, it is not absolutely necessary to take these courses. Prerequisites include an understanding of pointers, memory allocation, file processing, and general OOP concepts.

This course will cover the following concepts: Exceptions, C++ templates, Iterators and advanced Class mechanics, and design patterns.


Prerequisites


  • Understanding of pointers, memory allocation, file processing, and general OOP concepts
  • It is highly recommended that students complete both the “Introduction to C++” and “Intermediate C++” courses

What you'll learn


After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Advanced C++ Mechanics
  • C++ Exceptions
  • C++ Object Iterators
  • C++ Templates
  • C++ Classes
  • C++ Design Patterns
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Advanced C++

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Advanced C++

Microsoft DEV210.3x
Free of Charge
Microsoft
Open edX
90 days

Advanced C++ is the third course in the Microsoft Learning C++ series. Students will learn about a vide variety of high-level C++ software development techniques.

It is highly recommended that students complete both the “Introduction to C++” and “Intermediate C++” courses before attempting this one. However, with a solid understanding of the prerequisites, it is not absolutely necessary to take these courses. Prerequisites include an understanding of pointers, memory allocation, file processing, and general OOP concepts.

This course will cover the following concepts: Exceptions, C++ templates, Iterators and advanced Class mechanics, and design patterns.

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