C++ For Programmers

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This course teaches C++ to students already familiar with a programming language.

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r/learnprogramming • comment
6 points • zaidinator

This is a good quick refresher https://www.udacity.com/course/c-for-programmers--ud210

r/Seattle • comment
1 points • swardson

I think you would be better off doing something from Udacity like this: https://www.udacity.com/course/c-for-programmers--ud210

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • datml

Udacity's C++ for Programmers was a great intro to C++ for me. It assumes you already have programming experience so you don't have to waste time relearning the basics.

r/cpp • comment
1 points • notyouravgredditor

Honestly, there are enough free resources out there that I would not pay for a course. I've taken a few courses on Udacity and the quality is usually pretty good.

Here's one on C++: https://www.udacity.com/course/c-for-programmers--ud210#

It's intermediate so it assumes you have some programming experience.

r/computervision • comment
1 points • Razmyar

Well, there are a lot of resources for C++. You may find the Udacity C++ course for programmers useful since that course is designed for people who are familiar with a programming language and wish to learn C++. C++ Primer Plus is also a good book which, you can use as a reference. It's an old book (C++ 11 standard) but does the job.
Learning OpenCV 3: Computer Vision in C++ with the OpenCV Library covers a very good portion of the OpenCV library. You can also use it as a reference. You mentioned that you have been using Python for your vision works. My suggestion is to start by re-implementing some of your previous less complicated vision works in C++ (once you are familiar with C++). Good Luck.

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • WishFor_a_Dog

Hi, I'm Connie, and I like your idea, but I don't see any messages about how to join. I made a Discord account and a server for LearningC++ if anyone wants to join:)

I am planning to login Thursday June 14 at 6PM PDT to try out this Udacity course: https://www.udacity.com/course/c-for-programmers--ud210

Hope to see you there!

Server: https://discord.gg/kccH4wb

r/learnprogramming • comment
1 points • bladekill97

I put C++ in the similar boat as C, both are good languages to start.

Also Html is not programming language rather it is markup language used for structuring the web sites.

If you are going with C++ I would suggest:

  • Reading this book ( https://www.amazon.com/Code-Language-Computer-Hardware-Software/dp/0735611319) The book is introduction to the computer structure and essential for further learning you google free pdfs

  • For total beginners (https://www.learncpp.com) After that you can practice some puzzles on (https://leetcode.com).

-Very good free udacity course (https://www.udacity.com/course/c-for-programmers--ud210)

After that you are confident and layed the fundamentals so you can start exploring the web Suggestions:

  • Udemy web dev bootcamp is really cheap (https://www.udemy.com/the-web-developer-bootcamp/)

Also free mozilla web dev tutorial (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Learn)

You can pick up every language after that.

r/cpp • comment
1 points • kittenofd00m

Udemy has a beginner C++ course for free at https://www.udacity.com/course/c-for-programmers--ud210 that you may want to try first. There is also a free udemy course at https://www.udemy.com/c-plus-plus-programming-basics/ and https://www.udemy.com/beg-cpp-temp/ that will give you some good basics to get you started.

Outside of Udemy there is https://www.learn-cpp.org/ and https://www.codecademy.com/learn/learn-c-plus-plus .

You might want to begin with these free courses, then you will be in a better position to evaluate the value of paid courses yourself and you will meet many others that may have already taken those courses and can also help you evaluate them.


Good luck on your journey!