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  • Date: 13-01-2014, 16:58
13-01-2014, 16:58

Coursera - C++ For C Programmers with Ira Pohl

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Coursera - C++ For C Programmers
English | .MKV | h264, yuv420p, 960x540, 25.00 fps(r) | aac, 48000 Hz, stereo | 3.15 GB
Genre: E-learning

The course provides an overview of C++ for the experienced C programmer. You will learn how C++ is more powerful than C. The C++ STL library will be featured.
This library allows C++ programmers to code generically, efficiently and at a high level. You will learn how to write basic graph algorithms such as the shortest path algorithm. You'll then put this skill to use in a programming assignment aimed at producing an intelligent hex player.
Recommended Background
One year of experience in programming with C or a similar programming language is required. You should have a basic familiarity with implementing standard CS algorithms, especially graph algorithms, such as the shortest path algorithm. Some object-oriented software development is also desirable. These topics are typically taught in a first year computer science curriculum.
Suggested Readings
Although the lectures are designed to be self-contained, a serious C++ programmer will need access to reference materials. The Wikipedia C++ article is a good place to start. The course is based on the instructor's text: C++ for C Programmers: 3rd Edition.
Course Format
The course consists of lecture videos ranging from 5 and 18 minutes in length. Each of these videos includes one or two integrated quiz questions. There will be programming assignments and a final exam.

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