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Demystifying OOP with C++

Demystifying OOP with C++

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Product is rated as #6 in category C++

Our objective is to take this course beyond the myths, help you learn the C++ language in a comprehensive way and demystify the C++ programming language. We teach you the why, when and where and not just how!   

Learning C++ is more than just syntax. OOP is a revolutionary development in the software industry. We teach concepts of C++ from the theoretical and not merely from the coding perspective. OOP and C++ have revolutionized the ability to write computer programs that interact with the user in the real world.  

Animation, voice over, and real–world examples enhance the unique style of our instructors.  Using step–by–step explanations we highlight all of the features of C++ and OOP.  As students, your effort and participation in the entirety of the course will help you gain the knowledge you need to be an advanced C++ programmer.  As well as practicing your code; tests, quizzes and assignments will help you retain the understanding you have gained.  

After learning the C++ programming language you will find that moving on to other languages will be much easier.  We start with basic methodologies, general features and then go more in depth.  By continually adding content, we ensure that your learning never stops.  

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Post graduate Engineer... Computer Programming language trainer for last 15 years... Passionate about teaching and have taught personally over 3500 students. Currently my team is developing unique methodology for teaching programming language to the masses at lowest possible price. My team has tried to develop absolutely out of the box e-learning contents similar to Crafting a diamond.... for those who want to understand language concepts...

Specification: Demystifying OOP with C++

Duration

13.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

18 reviews for Demystifying OOP with C++

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  1. Antonio Marcos F de Souza

    The particular way of Bhalchandra to teaches brings the student to think about concepts instead just codify by memorization or manual practice. As from as that path, the student gains more confidence about the programming language and understand better the relationship between the real world and the OOP concepts.

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  2. Cheok Yuen Ng

    nice pace and clear explanation

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  3. Nitin Kodialbail

    It is one of the few courses which teaches OOPs through C++, rather than focusing on the language itself. It teaches the theory of OOPs alongside the implementation of the concepts in code, which is crucial for complete understanding. The course had good real life examples with good animations, illustrations and was in an easy to learn format for even newbies.

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  4. David Oh

    Poor use of animations and graphics, it’s distracting. I think the author of this course could’ve put the animations to better use.

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  5. Jason Aquino

    Inspiring. I suck at math, but I love C++. I have other C++ courses and the instructor said, if you know C++ it is a badge of honor. C++ is the most elite computer skill one can have. Assuming you can write complicated problems. I wish I could do that.

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  6. Ed Waldner

    Good (basic) intro to OOP. Visuals and background story are easy to follow, however the human class is a bit odd. Given that the organs are mostly declared as private members, you would need some fairly intense member functions to deal with them from a surgeon’s point of view. How about on removal or replacement of an internal organ? Analogy is great but begs for questions that are not answered (perhaps yet). Mixing religious dogma with C++ is an interesting approach to teaching this topic, however the mystifying elements in my mind have not been clarified with this approach. The course assumes a fundamental beginner level experience and reinforces this by breaking up all topics into very small pieces. The explanations of each piece is quite interesting but several topics are broken up too granularly, creating a cookie crumb trail that must then be followed to fully understand the topic and any meaningful/practical application. The his pointer discussion and function chaining are case in point. Distinctions between C/C++ are interesting but again, not relevant to the topic of the course. Language constructs play a role for sure between using C and C++, but not in OOP thinking. Taking this course from start to finish is disappointing as a significant amount of time is spent on C constructs. While mildly entertaining, the concepts brought forth and quizzed on have little bearing on real world usage with more complex algorithms. Good effort, however it seems that I have expected too much from this course. The hope was to have in depth focus on OOP with practical applications and intermediate/advanced topics and I did not get what I wanted.

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  7. Radha Krishna

    Explanation on History of C++ is very good.

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  8. Rishabh Desai

    Nicely and clearly explained all the basic and advanced concepts of C++. Wonderful animations and explanation style. clear voice and method of instructor.

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  9. Vilfred Hebibasi

    This was a very good course for understanding the internals of OOPs in C++. Understanding the thing is very important and this course takes a very good approach in guiding the student step by step in understanding the OOPs.

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  10. Reza Najafi

    I’m a software engineer with 7 years of experience developing C/C++ and I learned something new and interesting in every chapter of this course. This is not a course scratching the surface, it’s developed by very knowledgable and experienced folks, who go beyond basics and teach you deep beneficial and practical topics, which you’ll find useful at your everyday job as a C/C++ developr,

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  11. Ramaraju RamaRaju

    This is one of the best CPP course . All OOP concepts explained very well. Thanks for such a wonderful course

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  12. Emrah U

    Extremely helpful, good course. But sound quality is low. Understanding with speakers is hard, I had to enable auto generated subtitles.

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  13. Atharva Bhosale

    I really think this is the best course on OOPs with C++. The animation, real life examples and intricacies of C++ programming languages explained in simplest way. I have referred many books and online videos in the past but none of them went beyond explaining syntax of the C++. This course specifically goes beyond that. The instructor explains why, how and when about processes inside the machine about each statement in C++ course. I really wonder the knowledge you would accumulate in this course hardly can be obtained from classroom lectures because instructor explains everything with the aid of animation. Caution. If you are expert in C language then only take this course since the methodology assumes that you are expert C programmer. Like all other C++ courses, instructor hasn’t wasted your time all concepts like data types, loop, pointers, functions, if else constructs in this course sine these are inherited from C language. The course goes beyond that. Do take this course if you really aim for facing interview on C++. A must course even though you have learnt C++ in the past by any instructor in the world. You won’t regret taking this course looking at the contents of the course throughout the course. Both Instructors must have invested enormous time and efforts during creation of this course. I am sure. Thank you instructors for making this available on Udemy

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  14. Francisco Virgen

    It goes to the heart of C++

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  15. Al Schimke

    This is an excellent introduction.

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  16. David

    good overall big picture learning approach…

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  17. Michael Albry

    I am using this course in order to refresh known expressions and definitions in my memory. The clear, distinct articulate description of terms helps with comprehension of definitions and identifications of elements of OOPs. Doing some practice (challenges of instructor may turn out more time consuming and more worthy than you bet for. Teachers are standing by with supportive answers.

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  18. Farhan Ahmad

    this course teaches us basics of object oriented programming with lot of real world examples. It is highly recommended to those who wants to move from C to C++. The limitation of C is discussed along with the improvement of this limitation in C++. Hats off to the teacher who knows very well what she is teaching.

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