|Training: C++11/C++14, C++17, and its Standard Library|
|Title:||C++11/C++14, C++17, and its Standard Library||in German|
|Audiance:||Software developers, programmers|
|Format:||Inhouse workshop with excercises|
|Background:||Programming in C++|
|Duration:||3 days (less days are possible with restrictions)|
The new versions of the C++-Standard, C++11 and C++14 are out and many compilers, such as Visual C++ or GNU g++, already support several or all features of these new standards. In addition, C++17 is around the corner.
And with C++11, C++ has changed significantly:
This training has the goal to teach all important concepts and features of the new standard (core langauge features and libraries). You will understand why C++11 changes the way you programm in C++ and which individual features came with C++11 / C++14 and will come with C++17.
Well designed practical excercises give the ability to experience the effects of C++11 using different compilers including gcc/g++, Visual C++, and clang.
As well-known expert of C++,
author of several books (including the new C++11 edition of "The
C++ Standard Library"), and active member of the C++ standardization
commitee, Nicolai Josuttis will provide this training with a lot of background
information. You will understand the new language features and libraries
and the benefit of modern C++ to understand and be prepared for a switch
to C++11/C++14/C++17 in commercial software systems.
Nicolai M. Josuttis is an independent technical consultant with multiple experience about technical management and programming in the telecommunication, traffic, finance, and manufacturing industries. His main focus is to bring software systems into operations. He is also an active member of the C++ Standard Committee library working group.
He has written several books on object-oriented programming and C++, including the including the best selling de-facto standards The C++ Standard Library - A Tutorial and Reference (now available as C++11 edition) and C++ Templates - The Complete Guide.
He is an active member of the standardization of C++ since 1996.
In English, this tutorial is only available as inhouse training. Public German trainings are available.