Advanced C++ Training

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Training Delivery Options | How you will be trained

  • Instructor-led Online

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    • Best for people with limited time in the day

    • No hassle, no wastage of time commuting

    • Clear out all your doubts interactively

    • Take classes from locations anywhere in the world

    • People with moving jobs can take this class

  • Self Paced Online

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    • Great for those slow learners who master the subject after learning

    • Allow you a whale of a time to practice

    • Defer next topic till you have mastered previous one

    • This is a great option if you find it difficult to find time

    • No hassle of commute

    • It's good if you are a Busy-bee

  • Regular Classroom

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    • This is for you if you like learning with others

    • If you want to the get the feel of things

    • If you have the time to come and learn

    • You would get to learn face to face

    • Interact with other students

  • Corporate Training

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    • For a firm wanting trained employees

    • Corporate training is a good to retain employees

    • Increases skill sets so that same employees work for variety of projects

    • No new hiring required

    • A great alternative to corporate jaunts

    • The cost per employee is low

Overview | why should you do this course

CPP Advanced

This course is the next step from the basic course in C++. Unlike mark-up languages, understanding just the basics then garnering knowledge through practice is not enough.

If you want to take C++ programming as a career, or you want to add it to your skill set so that you can develop or become a software tester in C++, then you have to have the advanced course.

The advanced course at Technnovation features in-depth module on templates, the standard template library and exception handling.

The course increases your skills in C++. In this course you learn C++ concepts such as templates, exceptions, advanced inheritance issues, disambiguation of overloaded functions, memory management, binary Input/output, private and protected inheritance and class libraries.

Why Need It

C++ may be the most widely used programming language in software industry. It is used to build many different kinds of applications such as:

  • system software
  • application software
  • device driver
  • high-performance server and client applications
  • entertainment software like video games

And advanced course will be useful to anybody who wants to go into who wants to add C++ to their skill sets as a programmer.

Course Goals

  • In dept understanding of C++
  • Build complex programs and Run them.
  • Implement design patterns and principles
  • Ability to work with Python’s object oriented features
  • Write classes and functions with parameterized types
  • Understand and handle exceptions in C++
  • Understand the different between various kinds of inheritance
  • Use multiple inheritances. Learn about functions, methods and routines
  • How to use arguments and return values

Who Can Take It

Participants should have basic programming experience with C++. They should be familiar with Class mechanisms and should’ve build programs from more than one source file.

Course Curriculum | what we cover

1. Introduction to Object oriented Concepts

  • Transition from procedural to object-oriented approach
  • The Object-oriented approach
  • Abstraction, Encapsulation and Modularity
  • Interface and implementation
  • Fundamentals of Object Oriented Approach
  • Why objects?
  • Classes & Objects – the different perspectives
  • State, Identity and Behavior
  • Abstraction
  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance & Class Hierarchy
  • Polymorphism: Early v/s late binding
  • Object relationships

2. Object State Internals

  • Application of static members
  • Objects on the heap
  • Use of this pointer
  • Overloading of Constant members
  • mutable data members
  • Constant objects
  • Overloading of static member functions

3. Memory Management Object Initialization

  • Compiler Synthesized Constructor
  • New vs malloc vs calloc
  • Deep copy v/s Shallow copy
  • Overloaded constructor
  • Copy constructor & Generic Copy constructor
  • Explicit constructor
  • Copy Constructor v/s Assignment operator
  • Initialization List
  • Order of Initialization
  • Initialization v/s Assignment
  • Object Cleanup
    • Destructor
    • Delete vs Free
    • Compiler Synthesized Destructor
    • Preventing destroying object instance
    • Avoiding dangling Pointers
    • Destroying objects on the heap
    • Destroying array of objects
    • Issues with Dangling Pointer
    • Smart pointer concept

4. Exception handling

  • Introduction
    • Multiple catch blocks
    • Catch all exceptions
    • Set_terminate function
    • Set_unexpected function
    • Custion exception class
  • Exception handling issues
    • Order of catch blocks
    • Catching exception by value
    • Throwing exception in constructor

5. Code Reusability Techniques using Inheritance & containment

  • Inheritance & containment
    • Containment vs Inheritance
    • Private vs protected inheritance
    • Hybrid Inheritance / virtual base class
    • Changing scope of base member in derived class – The publicizer technique Inheritance
    • The inheritance mechanism
    • Types of inheritance
    • Single level, multi level, multiple, hierarchical, hybrid
    • Inheritance – is it allocation or accessibility
    • The protected access specifier
    • Inheritance in private, protected & public mode
    • Applying Inheritance, key abstraction and dynamic binding
    • Constructors & destructors in a derived class
    • Multiple inheritance
    • Virtual Base class
    • Invoking base class constructors
    • Why a constructor is not inherited
    • Is-a & Has-a relationship
    • Nested classes & Containership
    • Runtime Polymorphism, Virtual Functions & Dynamic Binding
    • Pointers & Classes
    • Pointers to Class Members
  • Virtual functions
    • Virtual member function
    • Layering technique, issues related to tight-coupling and loose-coupling, avoiding transitive
    • dependencies
    • Pure virtual function
    • Abstract class v/s Interface v/s Concrete class
  • Virtual function Issues
    • Calling virtual function from constructor
    • Calling virtual function from destructor>
    • Calling virtual function from non virtual member function
    • Object Slicing
    • Virtual destructor
  • Virtual Internals
    • Virtual functions in Single Inheritance
    • Virtual functions in Multiple Inheritance
    • Virtual Inheritance

6. Templates

  • Generic functions & Data abstraction
  • Function templates
  • Explicitly specializing a function template
  • Overloading Function Template
  • Using standard parameters
  • A Generic Sort algorithm
  • Generic Classes (Class template)
  • Using more than one generic type
  • Using non-type arguments & default arguments
  • Explicit Class Specializations

7. Introduction to the STL

  • Containers
    • vectors
    • lists
    • maps
    • containers and exceptions
    • choosing an appropriate container
  • Iterator Design
    • iterators and const_iterators
    • accessing iterator information in generic algorithms
    • types of iterators
      • input iterator
      • output iterator
      • forward iterator
      • reverse iterator
      • random iterator
  • Generic algorithms
    • review: generic algorithms and helper templates
    • interaction between algorithms and iterators
    • types of iterators
      • mutating algorithms
      • non mutating algorithms

8. Introduction to the Design Patterns

  • What are design patterns? Classification
  • Creational Patterns
    • The Factory Pattern
    • The Singleton Pattern
    • The Abstract Factory Pattern
    • Summary of Creational Patterns
  • Structural Patterns
    • The Composite Pattern
    • The Bridge Pattern
    • The Decorator Pattern
    • The Adapter Pattern
  • Behavioral Patterns
    • The Command Pattern
    • The Chain of responsibility Pattern
    • Strategy Pattern
    • The Template Pattern

Upcoming Batches | training schedule

Batch NameCommencing Date
CPPadv/Bt11 Jul
CPPadv/Bt28 Jul
CPPadv/Bt3 15 Jul
* Only Few Seats Left!
CPPadv/Bt4 22 Jul
* Only Few Seats Left!
CPPadv/A/Bt5 29 Jul
418, Narayan peth
Pune, Maharashtra
411038
India

Custom Batches - Just in case you are unable to attend the scheduled batch, Custom batch times are also available.
Give a missed call on +91 898 300 2500 / 898 300 3700

Customized Corporate Private Training: We deliver all our courses as Corporate Training as well - if you are a group interested in the course, this option may be more advantageous for you. We are based in Pune.

Top ↑Where to next? | move on to next step

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