Intensive, hands-on introduction to C++ language, its unique features and applications.

Among numerous software programming languages, C++ emerged as a preferred structured language for Object Oriented Programming. Its widespread use in science, technology and business further attest to its importance. This intensive course introduces C++ language, its features, benefits and pitfalls to avoid. It covers basic C++ techniques including classes, inheritance, polymorphism and templates and expands to higher level functions. Most of the course sessions will be presented in a computer lab, where concrete, hands-on programming examples will reinforce the material covered.

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This intensive course introduces C++ programming language, its features, applications and benefits. It is designed for experienced programmers who wish to learn C++ in a concise, comprehensive hands-on presentation. Prior knowledge of C, although useful, is not necessary; however, experience with some structured programming language such as C, Pascal or Ada is essential.

Course Outline:

Text: Object Oriented Programming Using C++ by Ira Pohl and Benjamin Cummings

About the Instructor

Dr. Dan Benanav is a Member of Technical Staff, Network Planning & Engineering Systems at NYNEX Science and Technology Corporation, where he is involved in the development of SONET Telecommunications Interoffice Network Planning, Object Oriented Systems. Before joining NYNEX, Dr. Benanav was Assistant Professor, Computer Science at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, where he taught courses in Object Oriented Programming, C++, Artificial Intelligence and Data Structures and Algorithms.

Dr. Benanav has published numerous technical papers on software related topics. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1989.


Course: SOO-673 Duration: 5 Days FEE: $1,899 CEUs: 3.6

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Last modified November 11, 2011.