Training

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...

Boost Your Productivity with Modern C++ - Now with C++17—Peter Gottschling

Repeating the last years’ popular course, again being held in English and German:

Boost Your Productivity with Modern C++ -- Now with C++17


by Peter Gottschling

About the training:

The course is designed for software developers who aim for excellent software characterized by intuitive interfaces and maximal performance. Our goal for this 4-day course is that you can afterwards program perceivably more productively. That your programs are usable more flexibly and nonetheless explore the hardware as efficiently as possible. That your software becomes clearer and simpler and thus more readable and more maintainable. For this purpose, we intensively use features of C++11, C++14, and recently C++17.

The trainer Peter Gottschling is the author of the advanced C++14 book ”Discovering Modern C++”,the Matrix Template Library 4, co-author of the Boost Graph Library and other scientific libraries. He is vice-chair of DIN’s programming language group and was (the last) head of the German delegation in the ISO committee for C++ standardization.

The complete course description including the list of topics is available here. Next trainings: 9/17-20/2018 in English and 12/3-7/2018 in German.

 

“Modern C++ Template Programming” with Nicolai Josuttis

Meeting C++ 2018 offers also a workshop with Nicolai Josuttis:

Modern C++ Template Programming

by Jens Weller

From the article:

Each and every C++ programmer uses templates. Containers such as vector<> or array<>, strings, algorithms such as sort(), iterators, and I/O streams are all implemented as generic code. Modern C++ adds type traits, smart pointers, and template member functions such as emplace(), and generic lambdas as a tricky form of generic code.

Nevertheless the knowledge and understanding of how to implement and use templates is very limited and each and every programmer is sooner or later getting uncertain.

This workshop therefore discusses templates for a whole day to make clear what it means to use templates and how to use them in practice. As a result the general understanding of templates will be improved and generic code might become more helpful and less surprising.

Registration for CppCon 2018 is Open

The next CppCon conference is in Bellevue, Washington September 23-28.

Registration for CppCon 2018 is Open

From the announcement:

In addition to the regular conference program there will be keynotes, lightning talks, and panels. There are also pre- and post-conference classes (both two-day and one-day are offered) as well as a meeting of SG14.

Learn C++ in London and Remotley

Free C++ course starting 1st May 2018.

CPPLondonUni

by CppLondonUni

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:

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

London - from 18:15 GMT

Online - from 18:30 GMT or soon after

 

Webinar - Demystifying C++ Lambdas—Glennan Carnie

Following the success of our first webinar on 'Measuring software quality', we are pleased to announce the second in our series:

Demystifying C++ Lambdas

by Glennan Carnie

About the webinar:

Lambdas are one of the features of Modern C++ that seem to cause considerable consternation amongst many programmers.

In this 45 minute webinar, Feabhas Technical Consultant Glennan Carnie, will have a look at the syntax and underlying implementation of lambdas to try and put them into some sort of context.

The Webinar runs twice

10am GMT
4pm GMT

Choose a webinar and reserve a free place on our website:

Modern C++: C++11 / C++14 / C++17,  February 12th, Berlin—Don Tait

Seats are still available for KDAB's 3-day training, February 12th, Berlin:

Modern C++: C++11 / C++14 / C++17

by Don Tait

About the training:

Learn the relevant library and language changes

In this hands-on C++11, C++14 and C++17 training for C++ developers, you'll learn about the language changes and the standard library changes introduced in C++11, C++14 as well as changes from C++17.

During the class, the new standards will be demonstrated aided by many examples and you'll get the opportunity to use them right away in our lab projects. 

Course contents:

Important language changes, including:

  • C++11/14: lambdas, range based for loops, strongly typed enums,
  • C++11/14: constexpr, uniform initialization, move semantics, …
  • C++17: improved lambdas, structured bindings, constexpr if, …
  • C++11/14: Functional programming, including lambda, bind and function objects
  • C++11/14: Template meta programming, including variadic templates and perfect forwarding
  • C++11/14: Multithreading (including the C++11 memory model, std::thread, std::async, …)
  • C++17: Templates: Fold Expressions, Class template deduction, …

Find out more and register

Boost Your Productivity with Modern C++ - Now with C++17—Peter Gottschling

Repeating the last years’ popular course, again being held in English and German:

Boost Your Productivity with Modern C++ -- Now with C++17

by Peter Gottschling

About the training:

The course is designed for software developers who aim for excellent software characterized by intuitive interfaces and maximal performance. Our goal for this 4-day course is that you can afterwards program perceivably more productively. That your programs are usable more flexibly and nonetheless explore the hardware as efficiently as possible. That your software becomes clearer and simpler and thus more readable and more maintainable. For this purpose, we intensively use features of C++11, C++14, and recently C++17.

The trainer Peter Gottschling is the author of the advanced C++14 book ”Discovering Modern C++”,the Matrix Template Library 4, co-author of the Boost Graph Library and other scientific libraries. He is vice-chair of DIN’s programming language group and was (the last) head of the German delegation in the ISO committee for C++ standardization.

The complete course description including the list of topics is available here. Next trainings: 3/5-8/2018 in English, 6/18-21/2018 in German, 9/17-20/2018 in English.

Pluralsight Course: Practical C++14 and C++17 Features—Giovanni Dicanio

Are you interested in learning about some practical features added in C++14 and C++17, with a mix of engaging slides and demo code? Then consider watching this Pluralsight course!

New Pluralsight Course: Practical C++14 and C++17 Features

by Giovanni Dicanio

From the blog post:

C++14 and C++17 added many new features to the C++ language. This course will teach you practical features introduced in C++14 and C++17, that you will be able to use to write clearer, simpler, and higher-quality modern C++ code.