Hi, to learn C++ programming, I want to purchase an online course.
I am already studying java programming,
I am confused about the different types of courses out there, and I want to make sure I am really purchasing a course designed to teach C++ programming (it's not that simple).
If I post a course description can you give me feedback?
There are free online tutorials that would do just as good. Google around, and do some reading.
Hi, I am required to take C++ concurrently with the class I am taking now, but I was looking around to see if I could save more time by registering for an online course. I don't know if my instructor will accept it, but until he is back in town I wanted to post the description to get feedback.
I found this course from ed2go
C++ for the Absolute Beginner
Instructor: Jeffrey Kent
C++ for the Absolute BeginnerLearn how to program in C++, even if you have no prior programming experience! Create programs for Microsoft Windows using Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition. Learn Object-Oriented techniques, how to create windows and forms, and how to program in a step-by-step nature. This course is ideal whether you're an enthusiast, a business person hoping to advance your career, or someone who already knows how to program but wants to move ahead to C++ and Object-Oriented Programming.
>> how to create windows and forms
This statement implies that the class doesn't just teach C++, but probably C++/CLI or some other .NET technology that is not part of standard C++. There's nothing specifically wrong with that, but if you want a course that teaches C++ this might not be the one you want.