Mod(C++) Intermediate is a two day training course. It is ideal for people who have some C++ experience or that have taken Mod(C++) Fundamentals.
- Aug 29Magazinet Kongsberg2 days08:00 - 16:00 UTCPatricia Aas11 900 NOK
The Intermediate course gives the students a deeper understanding of how one should think and program in “Modern C++” ( C++11/14/17/20). The exercises will all be based around a 2D graphics game inspired by Ms. Pac-Man.
Topics covered in the course include:
DAY 1 - GENERIC PROGRAMMING “THINKING”
- Introduction to the training Presentation of the project
- Function overloading
- Class templates, function templates, non-type parameters
- Aliases and and alias templates
- std::variant and std::visit
- std::tuple and structured bindings
- Variadic templates, fold expressions and parameter packs
DAY 2 -MODERN C++ FEATURES
- std::string_view and std::span
- Constexpr and Consteval
- Special member functions (Rule of Five/Zero)
- Pragmatic introduction to move semantics and return value optimizations
- Safety: Riskier constructs in C++ and how to minimize their impact
- Conclusion and review
Students are assumed to have some C++ experience or should have taken Mod(C++) Fundamentals. They should be working in ( or looking to work in) a C++ project.
The exercises will be done in a CMake based project. The students will need a development environment, a rich IDE is recommended, for example Visual Studio Code and Jetbrains CLion. A GitHub account will be useful.
Patricia Aas is an international speaker and has spoken at CppCon, ACCU, C++OnSea, NDC Security, NDC Oslo and many other conferences on subjects ranging from Sandboxing in Chromium to Vulnerabilities in C++. She has taught a range of subjects in Computer Science at the University of Oslo.
Patricia has a masters degree in Computer Science and 13 years professional experience as a programmer, most of that time programming in C++. During that time she has worked in codebases with a high focus on security: two browsers (Opera and Vivaldi) and embedded Cisco telepresence systems.