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Modern C++


ModCpp - Version:1
Description
Modern C++ is not just about new language features or a bunch of library improvements. Modern C++ is how we write code, how we design interfaces, and how we make the best use of modern features while respecting existing investments. This is an exciting time to be a C++ developer, and this course will show you how to make the most of C++ 11/14, how to use advanced template features and design for exception safety, and how to work with parallelism and concurrency in standard and non-standard C++ code. In this course you will experience the spirit of true modern C++.
Intended audience
C++ developers, team leaders, and software architects.
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  • Module 01 - Visual Studio Goodies

    • Runtime checks
    • Static code analysis
    • The Visual Studio Profiler
    • WPO
    • PGO
  • Module 02 - C++ Technical Report 1 (TR1)

    • Function objects
    • std::function
    • std::bind and std::mem_fn
    • New containers
    • Miscellaneous features
  • Module 03 - C++ 11/14 Productivity Features

    • Non-static data member initializers
    • override and final functions
    • Delegating constructors
    • Alias templates
    • Type inference for local variables (auto)
    • Type inference for expressions (decltype)
    • Uniform initialization and list initialization
    • Extended literals
    • Compile-time constant expressions (constexpr)
    • Deleted and defaulted functions
    • Range-based for loop
    • Lambda functions
    • Lambdas and function pointers
    • LAB: auto, range-based for, lambdas
  • Module 04 - C++ 11 Move Semantics

    • Temporary objects and copies
    • Rvalue references
    • Move semantics (constructor and assignment)
    • std::move
    • Universal references
    • Perfect forwarding
    • Guidance for move semantics
    • LAB: move support
  • Module 05 - STL in C++ 11

    • std::atomic
    • Threads
    • Futures and promises
    • std::async
    • RAII and smart pointers
    • Guidance for smart pointers
    • Unordered containers
    • Regular expressions
    • LAB: smart pointers
  • Module 06 - Microsoft Concurrency Runtime

    • Task parallelism vs. data parallelism
    • Task groups
    • Tasks and continuations
    • Parallel loops
    • Parallel algorithms
    • Concurrent containers
    • Synchronization mechanisms
    • LAB: parallelism and asynchrony
  • Module 07 - Advanced Templates

    • Recap of function templates and class templates
    • Template specialization and partial specialization
    • Type traits
    • Detecting nested type and member at compile-time
    • std::enable_if
    • Variadic templates
  • Module 08 - Exception Safety

    • Error handling
    • Recap of C++ exception syntax
    • C++ 11 nested exceptions and exception capturing
    • Exception safety guarantees
    • Guidance for constructors and operator=
    • Obtaining strong exception safety by move or swap
    • LAB: analyzing exception safety
  • Module 09 - C++ AMP (optional, by request)
  • Module 10 - C++/CX (optional, by request)
  • At least two years of C++ programming experience, including with templates and the STL
  • Familiarity with operating systems concepts, such as processes and threads
  • Understand the productivity features of C++ 11/14 and how they can be used to modernize existing code
  • Manage resources with RAII and smart pointers in an exception-safe fashion
  • Use the C++ 11 standard threading features and the Microsoft-specific Concurrency Runtime to parallelize code
  • Apply move semantics to improve performance in resource-owning classes
  • Understand advanced templates, type traits, and metaprogramming issues
Contact Us
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03-6176677 info@sela.co.il

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Upcoming Dates
29/07/2019 - Morning
25/11/2019 - Morning
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