C++ for C Programmers - October 5th, 2018 - 9am to 3pm CT

Posted by Jason Allison on Sep 11, 2018 3:21:57 PM

C++ can be considered as a superset of C, but this view often leads to un-idiomatic C++ programming. In this short course, we both show the new mechanisms of C++, and we explain what C mechanisms, while available, should no longer be used.

The first half of this course covers mostly object-oriented programming and parameter passing with references; the second half covers advanced topics such as smart pointers, exceptions, iterators, lambdas, templates.

This course will be offered to in-person and webcast attendees. Local participants are strongly encouraged to attend in-person. Students are expected to be familiar with C syntax and should bring a laptop for lab exercises.

To register and for more information please visit: https://learn.tacc.utexas.edu/

If you have any questions please contact me at jasona@tacc.utexas.edu