This entry-level C++ Essentials training prepares junior software developers to read and write in C++, one of the world's most popular programming languages for applications that need high-performance image processing and physics sims.
C++ is a popular programming language for anyone who needs to process graphics rapidly, run rigorous physics simulations, and even write unique database software. In other words, C++ is a natural choice for most games development, but games are far from the only thing that C++ is good for.
In case you don't already know, C++ is not C, it's not C#, and there is no C+. Taking a C++ essentials course is a good idea at any point in your career because it could be the last language you learn, or the next in a long list.
After completing this C++ Essentials training, you'll know how to read and write in C++, one of the world's most popular programming languages for applications that need high-performance image processing and physics sims.
For managers with programming and development products, this programming and development training can be used to onboard new junior software developers, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a programming and development reference resource.
C++ Essentials: What You Need to Know
This C++ Essentials training has videos that cover topics including:
- Understanding what object-oriented programming is and what sets it apart
- Reading the syntax of C++ and arranging commands correctly
- Incorporating pre-built code libraries to extend and enhance your C++ code
- Combining your new knowledge of C++ with real-world job responsibilities
Who Should Take C++ Essentials Training?
This C++ Essentials training is considered associate-level programming and development training, which means it was designed for junior software developers. This C++ skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience using a programming language and experienced junior software developers looking to validate their programming and development skills.
New or aspiring junior software developers. This C++ Essentials training is a no-brainer for brand new software developers because of how versatile and powerful C++ is. Even if you don't master the C++ language, understanding the basics of object-oriented programming and its techniques will make you a better coder in any language you want to learn.
Experienced junior software developers. Software developers with several years of experience are approaching the point in their career where it's no longer understandable or excusable not to know C++. You're probably already getting weird looks from other devs when you mention you don't know C++, so take this C++ Essentials training and stay ahead of the career curve.