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Product is rated as #65 in category C++

This course will give you ability to solve problems, most people focus on programming language, but people offten forget about algorithms.

Algorithms are definetly more important than programming language, you can learn programming language in about week, but problem solving ability is much harder to learn. But the benefits are worth it.

When you get to interview mostly they care about your problem solving abilities.

To get your dream job, you need to know how to solve whatever problem they have. In this course you will learn how to do that.

Also I belive that nobody have time for long and booring lectures, so in this class I try to explain the important things in a fast and engaging way, so I won’t bore you to death.

We start off with Sorting algorithms, I explain each algorithm and then I show you implementation in C++.

After that we take a look at Data Structures, I chosed In my opinion the best Structures for you to learn the important concepts.

As a bonus I go through complex problem solving techniques. And I show you how these works on common examples such as Knapsack and Minimum spanning tree.

I belive that learning and understanding these concepts will help you solve problems more efficiently.

Instructor Details

Hi, my name is Luke, I am the founder of Luke's Programming School . Currently, we are teaching over 100 000 Students in over 160 countries. Our goal is to have over 150 000 students by the end of this year. We offer courses in Development, E-commerce, and Design. OUR COURSES: We are focused on making great courses, our goal is to make every course as engaging as possible. That is why most of our courses are short and straight to the point. We focus only on the important things. UP-TO-DATE: We make sure that all of our courses are up to date, and cover's everything you need. STUDENT IS THE BOSS: We are doing our best to make you happy and provide a great learning experience. That is why we respond to questions within a day. EVERYTHING YOU NEED: If the student is missing some lecture in our course, he can easily ask for them, all you need to do is write us what lectures would you like for us to add and we will add them! Here is what our students say: Gustav Gimlich : Good course, Instructor is explaining well. I also like that there is a lot of exercises. Money good spend. Nouf : he course deserve million stars,thankyouuu Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Al-areqi : because the clear explanation of the Java language Debarghya Roy : Awesome explanation Mohammad Shaik : very nicely explained with good and simple examples. Alan Con : A perfect course for everyone who wants to learn about java. Thank you so much Halkawt Mahdi : A good instrcutor and a very good course for someone who even do not know what code is. Willane Paiva de Souza : Great explanations, precise and at the right speed. Peter : Great course, I enjoyed the data structures part the most, Luk is a good teacher! ... and many more :)

Specification: Algorithms and Data Structures in C++ (2020)

Duration

2.5 hours

Year

2019

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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  1. Aditya Bharadwaj

    Voice is not clear.

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  2. Thomas Branch

    I think for the first code example. The instructor should have output the code to the console, so people could see the program working. Not explaining how to make a C++ project or setup an environment, although it seems repetitive if they have taken other courses on software development using Visual Studio, is a huge blocker for most students and is worthy of inclusion in any course. It’s always someone’s first time programming.

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  3. Vidit Tyagi

    no it is not a good match for me in this course the teacher had not told about on which platform is he writing code like dos box ,code blocks etc . Also he did not write the full code of the program . I think i have wasted my money and time on this course and i want refund

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  4. Tianyu Yang

    Like this class a lot

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  5. SriBalaji M

    The code can be taught even in a better way like solving line by line . Otherthan coding part, pictorial algorithms are excellent.

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  6. Aazim Parwaz

    The instructor has a different English accent that is pretty cumbersome to understand. even if you want a caption, that is also full of mistakes.The words in the caption are totally different from the instructor’s language.. second thing is that the codes are not well elaborated for the beginners.. but still can me upgraded …

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  7. Ijeoma

    Its okay

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  8. Nadella Bala Anil Kumar

    Better concept clarity is needed. Introduction is missing and new things are brought in abruptly without proper explanation.

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