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C++ has come a long way and has now been adopted in several contexts. Its key strengths are its software infrastructure and resource-constrained applications. The C++ 17 release will change the way developers write code, and this course will help you master your developing skills with C++.With real-world, practical examples explaining each concept, the course begins by introducing you to the latest features in C++17. It encourages clean code practices in C++ in general.You’ll get tips on avoiding memory leaks using smart-pointers. Next, you’ll see how multi-threaded programming can help you achieve concurrency in your applications. Moving on, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of the C++ Standard Template Library.Finally, we’ll round up with debugging techniques and best practices. By the end of the course, you’ll have an in-depth understanding of the language and its various facets.About the AuthorJeganathan Swaminathan, Jegan for short, is a freelance software consultant and founder of TekTutor, with over 17 years’ IT industry experience. In the past, he has worked for AMD, Oracle, Siemens, Genisys Software, Global Edge Software Ltd, and PSI Data Systems. He has consulted for Samsung WTD (South Korea) and National Semiconductor (Bengaluru). He now works as a freelance external consultant for Amdocs (India). He also works as a freelance corporate trainer. He holds CSM, CSPO, CSD, and CSP certifications from Scrum Alliance. He is a polyglot software professional and his areas of interest include a wide range of C++, C#, Python, Ruby, AngularJS, Node.js, Kubernetes, Ansible, Puppet, Chef, and Java technologies. He is well known for JUnit, Mockito, PowerMock, gtest, gmock, CppUnit, Cucumber, SpecFlow, Qt, QML, POSIX Pthreads, TDD, BDD, ATDD, NoSQL databases (MongoDB and Cassandra), Apache Spark, Apache Kafka, Apache Camel, Dockers, Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD), Maven, Git, cloud computing, and DevOps. You can reach him for any C++, Java-, Qt-, QML-, TDD-, BDD-, and DevOps-related training or consulting assignments. Jegan is a regular speaker at various technical conferences.
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