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In the course Carbon Programming participants learn to develop software in the next generation programming language Carbon. Carbon was launched by Google to possibly serve as a replacement for C++ in the future. Carbon is an open source project intended to solve the limitations of C++.
The course Carbon Programming is intended for developers who want to learn about the possibilities of the Carbon programming language.
To participate in this course, knowledge of a programming language such as C++, Rust, Java or C# is desirable.
The course is a combination of theory and practice. The theory is discussed using slides and demos and is followed by practical exercises.
After successfully completing the course, attendants receive a certificate of participation in Carbon Programming.
Module 1 : Intro Carbon Language
Module 2 : Variables and Data Types
Module 3 : Control Flow and Functions
Goal of Carbon
Carbon as Successor
Optimal Learning Curve
Build from Scratch
Declaration in Carbon
var and let
Module 4 : Data Structures
Module 5 :
Module 6 :
Absence of Null Pointers