Now that you’ve mastered the basics, the Intermediate level is where C++ truly shines.
This course is the second in a three-part series designed to teach students some of the most important C++ concepts. This part focuses on how C++ interacts with memory, featuring concepts like pointers/memory addresses, heap memory management, and writing/reading files.
Knowing C++, you can create applications that will run on a wide variety of hardware platforms such as personal computers running Windows, Linux, UNIX, and Mac OS X, as well as small form factor hardware such as IoT devices like the Raspberry PI and Arduino –based boards.
MOOCs stand for Massive Open Online Courses. These arefree online courses from universities around the world (eg. StanfordHarvardMIT) offered to anyone with an internet connection.
How do I register?
To register for a course, click on "Go to Class" button on the course page. This will take you to the providers website where you can register for the course.
How do these MOOCs or free online courses work?
MOOCs are designed for an online audience, teaching primarily through short (5-20 min.) pre recorded video lectures, that you watch on weekly schedule when convenient for you. They also have student discussion forums, homework/assignments, and online quizzes or exams.
Sune Justesencompleted this course, spending 3 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.
This course was a lot better than the first. It was clearer what the goals were, and the content was good. There were a few things I would have liked explained better, because I had not seen it before, and other stuff like manipulators that were too in-depth. I really just needed to know they existed, so I can look them up. I'm not going to remember them anyway.