Learn C++ and Object Oriented Programming (OOP) Premium class

Sean McCammon

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40 Videos (2h 53m)
    • Compiler IDE

      2:31
    • Hello World

      2:19
    • What is a Variable

      2:55
    • Variables Example

      7:42
    • Strings

      5:03
    • For Loop Example

      5:23
    • The For Loop

      4:54
    • String Example

      4:37
    • While Loop

      5:11
    • While Loop Example

      3:35
    • Do While Loop

      2:06
    • Do While Example

      2:38
    • If Else If

      2:36
    • If Statement Example

      4:34
    • Break and Continue

      2:36
    • Break Continue Example

      4:23
    • Reusable Code Blocks

      2:11
    • The Main Function

      4:45
    • Function Definitions

      0:35
    • Function Example 1

      1:15
    • Function Example 2

      1:15
    • Function Example 3

      2:55
    • Function Inputs

      1:59
    • Return Keyword

      3:59
    • Arrays

      7:44
    • Array Example

      4:46
    • Pointers

      4:18
    • Pointers Example

      5:41
    • Reverse String Example

      7:03
    • Objects

      4:36
    • Class definition

      6:14
    • Derived Classes

      7:28
    • Constructors

      7:02
    • Deconstructors

      4:34
    • Virtual Methods

      5:09
    • Structs

      3:25
    • Vectors

      7:11
    • Template Functions

      6:39
    • Template Class

      5:51
    • Thank You

      2:56

About This Class

C/C++ has been used for many years to write some of the best applications for many of the computers out there.

  • Have you ever wanted to learn C/C++? 
  • Looked at code and thought it looked graceful yet complex? 

Going me and in this course I teach you how to program the fast, powerful and popular C++ programming language from scratch, only assuming you have basic computer.

Learn by example with over 15 (and growing) code examples plus lectures to explain key concepts in C++.

C++ has been favoured by the professional programmers for many years because of its power and flexibility. Many games have been written in C++. Many of the scripting languages modelled on the syntax and style.

Even today C++ is a popular language, even still amongst the indie game programmers. Its flexible enough to create a Windows UI or program a Unix TCP server.

C++ is a challenging language; but in this course I take you step by step through the basics. Building you skills and through many code examples I show you how to build a program and how to create C++ classes and objects.

So, don't delay, start learning today and you could be using these basics in your next computer program.

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Let me first introduce myself. My name is Sean McCammon and I have been learning about and using technology for 35 years... I got my first computer way back when I was 10 (although I had been playing with technology even before then). I wrote my first computer program back in 1980 (basic ya) and my first ever webpage back in 1994 - so been doing that for a while.

In that time I have spent many years learning new technology; there is always something to learn; and I have turned that knowledge and passion into teaching technology.

I've worked in the Software Industry for 18 years now; having graduated back in 1997 (although, I was a mature student and spent some time working in other industries) and in that time I have worked for some fantastic companies; some of that work you will probably be using without knowing it. 

Over time I have also been a Software Engineer, Mentor and SCRUM Master and have worked with so many technologies and languages its sill; although a constant has been C/C++. That said, I have programmed in Java, TCL, Perl, C# as well as using HTML and CSS. List just keeps growing.

What I bring is my knowledge and passion for technology and my aim is to make my courses easy to follow as well as enjoyable to take. I also hope to engage with everyone as talking is a fun pastime of mine; well talking technology.

Please go search for me around; see what I have and hopefully soon I hope to get that Google+ going :)