Training

Every attendee gets a free copy of “C++17 - The Complete Guide” by Nico Josuttis

As the title says, every attendee of C++ on Sea will get a free copy of Nico' Josuttis' eBook, "C++17 - The Complete Guide"!

Every attendee gets a free copy of "C++17 - The Complete Guide" by Nico Josuttis

by C++ on Sea

About the article:

We can now announce a special deal we've arranged with Nico which means we'll be giving every attendee of the conference a coupon code to obtain a free copy of the book in electronic form (current suggested price: 37.90 USD). You'll have immediate access, and continue to get updates as the book progresses to completion.

SG20 Education and Recommended Videos for Teaching C++—Christopher Di Bella

In today’s blog, we look at both the newly minted Study Group for education in the C++ Standard Committee. We also look at a small number of conference videos that I recommend teachers consider while they’re waiting for this Study Group to produce usable materials.

SG20 Education and Recommended Videos for Teaching C++

by Christopher Di Bella

From the article:

As articulated in P1231, the goal of SG20 is not to provide normative curricula for teaching C++, but rather to provide teaching and curriculum guidelines.

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Below are a list of conference videos that I’ve compiled for teachers to watch (and will update if recommendations come in). There’s well over a day’s worth of videos below, but these aren’t a random assortment of my favourite conference videos. Rather, they are sessions that communicate values about:

  • teaching people how to write programs using C++, or
  • writing C++ programs using approaches the community agrees produce better code.

Advanced Programming in C++ (Spanish) in Madrid—Daniel Garcia

This course is offered in Spanish (might be available in English on demand).

Advanced Programming in C++

by Daniel Garcia

About the course:

The course is a 3 full-days training (24 hours) covering C++11, C++14, and an introduction to C++17 at March 25th, 26th, 27th, 2019 in Madrid. It is structured in 4 modules:

  • Language (Generalities and type system, Initialization, classes, global novelties, generic programming support).
  • Standards library (Metaprogramming support, utilities, STL, strings).
  • Concurrency (Introduction to concurrency, memory model, threads, mutual exclusion, futures and promises).
  • Introduction to C++17

About the trainer:

J. Daniel Garcia is an Associate Professor in Computer Architecture at University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. He has extensive experience in industrial project in domains ranging from aerospace and civil engineering to medical technology and finance.

Since 2008 he has served as a member of WG21 (C++ standards committee) as well as chair of the Spanish committee on C++. He has co-authored a number of proposals for C++, since C++11. His main efforts for C++20 are related to the introduction of contracts programming.

New Pluralsight Course: Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C++—Giovanni Dicanio

A new course was published in the Pluralsight library:

Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C++

by Giovanni Dicanio

From the article:

In this course, you’ll learn how to implement some fundamental data structures and algorithms in C++ from scratch, with a combination of theoretical introduction using slides, and practical C++ implementation code.

No prior data structure or algorithm theory knowledge is required. You only need a basic knowledge of C++ language features.

 

 

Boost C++ Master Class with Boris Schäling

Boris Schäling is pleased to invite you to the 2nd Boost C++ Master class 2018 in Israel:

Boost C++ Master Class

November 25-27, 2018 in Haifa, Israel

The Boost C++ Master class strives to deepen your understanding of the Boost C++ Libraries. As of today, the Boost C++ Libraries are the most important stepping stone if you want to increase your productivity as a C++ developer and significantly improve the quality of your code. In-depth knowledge of the Boost C++ Libraries empowers you to write code that is shorter, more expressive, less error-prone, more agile, and more future-proof.

The Boost C++ Master class is an all-round training. It has no focus on a specific Boost library. The training covers a wide range of major Boost libraries. This includes general purpose libraries whose usage immediately leads to better code. And it includes concept-oriented libraries that demonstrate new approaches to organizing code and implementing features.

The Boost C++ Master class with its focus on the Boost C++ Libraries goes far beyond what is known today as modern C++. While many Boost libraries support and enable writing modern C++ code, the Boost libraries open new doors. Quite often the Boost libraries provide possibilities which catch many developers by surprise.

The Boost C++ Master class is taught by Boris Schäling who is one of the world’s leading professional Boost C++ experts and the author of the book The Boost C++ Libraries.

Free C++ Course

Free C++ course starting 18th September 2018.

Free C++ Cour​se

About the course:

This is free course, aimed at beginners and intermediate users. Our syllabus is based on Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++, 2nd Edition.

Who can benefit from this course:

  1. People who have no experience with coding
  2. People that come from different languages such as Java, Python, C# etc
  3. Developers that would like to refresh their C++ knowledge

Location:

Please check our website for up to date details www.CPPLondonUni.com

London and Online

London - CodeNode 10 South Pl, London EC2M 7EB

Online - https://goo.gl/BqMCgj (Please RSVP on our host website https:://skillsmatter.com)

When:

Every Tuesday lecture

London - from 18:15 GMT

Online - from 18:30 GMT or soon after

Every Thursday workshop

London - from 18:15 GMT

Functions in std—Andrzej Krzemieński

The Standard reserves the right to change the signatures and overloads of the existing Standard Library functions in what is considered a backward compatible way:

Functions in std

by Andrzej Krzemieński

From the article:

Names of functions from the Standard Library used as pointers/references to functions can cause breakage in your code...