C++ Programming: Intermediate

collapse

Course Details

  • Location: Online
  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Times: Flexible
  • Cost : $1,090

Next Start Date:

April 13, 2020

This course is part of a certificate program. You can also take it without enrolling in the program.

Get Details & Apply

About this Course


Building on C++ Programming: Introduction, this class provides in-depth coverage of modern C++, and introduces design patterns and practical issues affecting large-scale software development. Lectures include code examples in class and various common gotchas to avoid.

Topics include:

  • Exceptions
  • STL containers
  • Iterators
  • STL algorithms
  • Class templates
  • Function templates
  • Design patterns (singleton, proxy, template method, prototype, observer)
  • C++ 11 topics (tuple types, polymorphic wrappers for function objects, threading support, thread local storage and regular expressions)

Program Overview

This course is part of the Certificate in C++ Programming.

Learning Format

Online, Group-Paced

Start and finish your course with the same group of students, with frequent opportunities to interact with your instructors and classmates along the way. This course is 100 percent online, with set due dates for assignments but no class meetings. Learn More »

Course Sessions

Online, Group-Paced

This course is delivered 100 percent online and runs from April 13 to June 21, 2020. Optional office hours are held online on Tuesdays from 7–8:30 p.m.

Online

Meet your instructor

Sanjeev Qazi

Software Engineer, Microsoft

NONCREDIT COURSE

You'll earn 3 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing this course. Learn more about noncredit courses.

Closed Sessions

This course is delivered 100 percent online and runs from April 15 to June 23, 2019. Optional office hours are held online on Tuesdays from 7–8:30 p.m.

Online

Meet your instructor

Sanjeev Qazi

Software Engineer, Microsoft

NONCREDIT COURSE

You'll earn 3 continuing education units (CEUs) for successfully completing this course. Learn more about noncredit courses.