Course Modern C++ Programming

In the course Modern C++ the new and advanced aspects of the C++ language based on the standards C++11, C++14, C++17 and C++20 are extensively discussed.

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  • Course Modern C++ Programming : Content

    C++11 Features

    The course starts with an overview of the features that have been introduced in C++11 such as type inference, initializer lists, range based for loop, lambda functions and strongly typed enums.

    Right References en Move Constructors

    Next right references are discussed and the performance gains that can be booked by using move constructors in addition to copy constructors.

    Inheritance Enhancements

    The new possibilities with respect to inheritance with the keywords default, delete, override and final are also on the course program. The implementation of virtual functions and the need for virtual destructors are discussed as well.

    Smart Pointers

    Attention is paid to smart pointers like unique pointers, shared pointers and weak pointers.

    Operator Overloading en Templates

    Operator overloading and templates are also on the program and variadic templates and perfect forwarding are treated.

    RAII Pattern

    The modern C ++ Resource Acquisition is Initialization or RAII idiom is explained while discussing exception handling.


    Attention is also paid to threads as well as the synchronization between threads which are now part of the C++ standard. This also includes asynchronous calls with promises and futures.

    C++11, C++17 en C++20 Features

    Next specific C++11, C++17 and C++20 features are discussed such as optional types, structured binding declarations and constructions from the world of functional programming such as fold expressions.

    Advanced STL

    The course concludes with an overview of advanced features of the Standard Template Library STL .

  • Course Modern C++ Programming : Training

    Audience Modern C++ Programming Course

    The course Modern C++ Programming is intended for developers who are familiar with C++ but who wish to delve into the newest and most advanced techniques and features of the language.

    Prerequisites Course Modern C++ Programming

    To join this course knowledge of the basic concepts of C++ and programming experience in C++ is required.

    Realization Training Modern C++ Programming

    The concepts are treated on the basis of presentations. Illustrative demo's are used to clarify the concepts. Theory and practice are interspersed and there is ample opportunity to practice.

    Certification Modern C++

    Participants receive an official certificate Modern C++ Programming after successful completion of the course.

    Course Modern C++ Programming
  • Course Modern C++ Programming : Modules

    Module 1 : Modern C++ Features

    Module 2 : Move Semantics

    Module 3 : Inheritance

    C++11 Features
    Type Inference
    Auto Keyword
    Deduction with decltype
    Uniform Initialization
    Initializer Lists
    Range Based for Loop
    Null Pointer Constant
    constexpr Keyword
    Static Asserts
    Lambda Functions
    Strongly Types Enums
    User Defined Literals
    Raw String Literals
    Reference Initialization
    References and Pointers
    Rvalues and Rvalues in C++
    Passing and Returning References
    Rvalue References
    Comparing Reference Types
    Rvalue Reference Usage
    Assignment Operator
    Copy Constructor
    Passing and Returning Objects
    Passing References to Objects
    Move Constructor
    Move Assignment Operator
    Golden Rule of 5
    default and delete Keyword
    Delegating Constructors
    Calling Base Class Constructors
    Multiple Inheritance
    Virtual Derivation
    Virtual Functions
    Abstract Classes
    Interfaces in C++
    Destructors and Inheritance
    Virtual Destructors
    override Specifier
    final Specifier

    Module 4 : Smart Pointers

    Module 5 : Operator Overloading

    Module 6 : Templates

    Using unique_ptr
    Specialization for Arrays
    Replacement for std::auto_ptr
    shared _ptr Pointer
    Control Block
    shared_ptr Destruction Policy
    shared_ptr Interface
    Cyclic References
    Syntax Operator Overloading
    Overloading Numeric Types
    Overloading Overview
    Overloading Restrictions
    When not to Overload
    Operators as Class Members
    Operators as Friend Functions
    Overloading Stream Operators
    Overloading ostream and istream
    Overloading Unary Operators
    Overloading Binary Operators
    Template Functions
    Template Specialization
    Template Parameter List
    Inclusion Compilation Model
    Class Templates
    Template Member Functions
    Template Parameter Scope
    Templates and Statics
    Templates and Friends
    Alias Templates
    Perfect Forwarding

    Module 7 : Exception Handling

    Module 8 : Multiple Threads

    Module 9 : Synchronization

    Error Conditions and Exceptions
    Class Objects as Exceptions
    Parameter Catch Block
    Catching in Hierarchy
    Golden Rule
    Rethrowing Exceptions
    noexcept Specifier
    Preventing Resource Leaks
    RAII Idiom
    C++ Standard Exceptions
    User Defined Exceptions
    Exception Handling Costs
    Multiple Threads
    Benefits and Drawbacks
    Thread Class
    Joining Threads
    Detaching Threads
    Thread ID
    Passing Parameters
    Pass by Reference
    Pass by std::ref and std::move
    Member Function as Thread
    Thread Local Storage
    Data Corruption
    Lock Guard
    Automatic Lock Management
    Mutex and RAII
    Recursive Locking
    Atomic Types
    Call Once
    Event Handling
    Condition Variables
    Wait and Notify
    Promises and Futures
    Asynchronous Tasks

    Module 10 : C++14-17-20 Features

    Module 11 : Standard Template Library

    Init-statement for if
    Selection Initialization
    Structured Binding Declarations
    const if Expressions
    Guaranteed Copy Elision
    Inline Variables
    Fold Expressions
    Optional Type
    Small String Allocations
    String View
    Generic lambdas
    Aggregate initialization
    STL Core Components
    Containers, Algorithms and Iterators
    Vectors, Lists and Dequeues
    Adapters and Associative Containers
    Maps and Hash Maps
    STL Iterators
    Reverse and Iostream iterators
    Function objects
    STL Algorithms
    Predicates and Comparators
    STL Allocators
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