Introductory through advanced C++ language features are presented in a series of independently schedulable modules. Modules 1 through 5 form a basic introduction to object-oriented technology and C++ programming, sufficient for acquiring critical concepts, but not for production programming. Modules 6 through 10 provide production programming skills, sufficient for writing effective software in C++. The remaining modules cover specialized topics.
The complete course, authored by one of the world's foremost authorities on C++ and object-oriented technology, presents a comprehensive technical study of the C++ programming language to a depth that enables production programming. Attendees will gain a thorough understanding of how object-oriented programming is accomplished in C++.
Our C++ course modules may be independently scheduled. Choose the set of modules you need. Each module is 3 to 3-1/2 hours of lecture. The lecture modules may be supplemented by a 3 1/2 hour instructor lead programming lab using your hardware, or you may choose to have students do exercises on their own between modules. If you are local (Colorado front range), the modules can be scheduled flexibly for your convenience.
Intermediate level experience programming in C is assumed. Programmers should be comfortable with structures, pointers, arrays, dynamic memory allocation, string handling, and the C preprocessor. Familiarity with object-oriented programming is not a prerequisite.
Thomas A. Cargill, Ph.D.
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