C++ Programming for Beginners
Learn Beginning C++ Programming and start your career as a software engineer right now!
What you’ll learn
C++ Programming for Beginners
The basics of computer code
C++ is almost everywhere you look. It runs search engines, VR apps, air travel, movies, and even exploration on Mars! In fact, C++ is one of the most popular programming languages out there, and it is used by many people.
What makes C++ different?
To make C++, Bjarne Stroustrup and his team at Bell Laboratories made it in 1979. C++ is a general-purpose language. During the last few decades, C++ has become the language of choice for some types of applications.
A lot of people use C++ to make big software infrastructures and apps that run in a limited amount of space. Using the hardware (or machine) that runs C++, programmers can make their code run as efficiently as possible even when there’s not enough space or power to run the application. There are many different types of devices that can run C++, so it is a good choice for many important applications.
For these reasons, C++ is a great choice for making software that is fast, efficient at managing system resources, and reliable when it comes to important tasks.
There are different types of operating systems.
C++ plays an important part in well-known operating systems, from macOS and Windows to mobile operating systems like iOS. In general, operating systems need to be quick and efficient at managing the resources on a computer. With the low-level (near machine code) abilities of C++, programmers can structure their code in a way that makes even the smallest parts of an operating system run quickly and use less electricity.
Development of games
C++ is one of the most widely-used programming languages in game development.
Gaming involves lots of resource-intensive functions, whether it’s generating graphics or facilitating multiplayer sessions. C++ helps to make the most of resources, like letting programmers change how data structures and memory allocation are handled.
IoT devices are things that connect to each other.
IoT (Internet of Things) devices often have embedded systems that use C++. Appliances, cars, smartwatches, TVs, and medical devices are some of the things that these devices can do. Because the hardware is often inside of an object, these devices have to work with very limited computing resources and very strict power needs. People who write programs can use C++ to control how these resources are used so that their programs run more quickly.
Browsers for the web
A lot of web browsers use C++, like the ones made by Google and Mozilla. It is used to make back-end services that get data from databases and make web pages that can be used by people. It helps web browsers do these things quickly and with little delay, so we don’t have to wait long for content to appear on our screens.
In machine learning, there are a lot of things you can
C++, on the other hand, has a lot of libraries that help make the calculations that make machine learning models smarter.
AR and VR applications
C++ is used a lot to make augmented reality and virtual reality apps. Many of these apps run on Unreal Engine, which is made with C++. AR and VR applications need to deal with a lot of data that changes all the time based on what the camera sees and what the user does. C++ is a great tool for processing all of this data and making virtual experiences that look and feel real.
It’s a type of research that is done
C++ is used in a lot of scientific research, from space exploration to particle physics at very high speeds. At CERN, scientists use C++ to look at data on subatomic particles that can help them answer questions about how our universe came into being.
These are things you use to make money.
The speed and reliability of C++ make it ideal for processing millions of transactions each day, allowing a lot of trades to happen, and making data simulations for large portfolios.
Google is a search engine.
People who work for Google also use C++ to write their crawling and indexing systems.
When it comes to medicine, technology can be very useful
People who work with medical equipment use C++, from MRI machines to lab testing equipment to systems that keep track of patients.
C++ is used a lot to build things like the telephone, the Internet, and other things that use telecommunications. It’s great for managing resources because it can handle a lot of communication at the same time with ease and speed.
The making of a film
People who make movies use C++ to make a lot of the graphics and special effects that you see on screen. You can use C++ to run a lot of the calculations that make the special effects happen. It can handle big files with high-quality footage and run many of the calculations that make the effects work.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners who work with C++