Основы разработки на C++: белый пояс

Start Date: 07/05/2020

Course Type: Common Course

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/c-plus-plus-white

About Course

Этот курс посвящён знакомству с языком программирования С++. Вы научитесь использовать его основные конструкции, создавать свои типы данных, разбивать программу на классы и функции. В конце курса вас ждёт финальный проект: вы сможете самостоятельно реализовать простое хранилище данных с возможностью добавления, удаления и поиска. Курс разработан ведущими специалистами Яндекса и преподавателями Школы анализа данных. За их плечами – годы разработки сервисов поиска, рекламы и инфраструктуры. Курс является частью специализации «Искусство разработки на современном C++».

Course Syllabus

Первая неделя курса посвящена знакомству с элементами языка, которые используются чаще всего: основные типы данных, простейший ввод и вывод, условные операторы и циклы. Кроме того, мы покажем, как установить необходимый для обучения софт на разные операционные системы.

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Course Introduction

Этот курс посвящён знакомству с языком программирования С++. Вы научитесь использовать его основные

Course Tag

Algorithms C++11 Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) C++ Computer Programming

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