Practice tests with realistic uses cases to help you bake the C++ algorithms in your muscle memory.
What you’ll learn
- Mapping real life usecases to builtin C++ algorithms
- Advantage of using algorithms to improve code readability and predictable behavior
- C++ algorithms library exposure from a practical perspective with relatable examples
- A method to translate problems into algorithms and use the C++ language fully before reinventing an existing language feature due to lack of awareness.
- Basic programming ability with C++ is necessary
- Ability to read the sample codes and write sample snippets to test code are necessary
- Willingness to test sample codes with dummy data independently
- Readiness to appreciate the possbilities of solving problems in more than one way.
- Open minded to understand the need for standarization beyond syntax.
- Willing to appreciate the built in features of C++ from production perspective instead of interview coding perspective.
- Readiness to follow up the references and apply in daily engnieering tasks to build robust and modern C++ code.
The emphasis on learning C++ from an interview perspective leads to a reinventing wheel syndrome amongst developers. The container library usage has become a norm thanks to C++11. But using the algorithms library remains a challenge.
Assist you in becoming self sufficient as a C++ programmer.
Convince you about thinking algorithms first.
Present enough realistic examples for you to get the prototyping habit in muscle memory.
No take up months of your time to explain something you can learn and use in matter of hours!
Since interviews ask for search and sort algorithms, most developers believe they always have to implement them from scratch, even in production!
The reinvention may leads to bugs.
Every time a new developer has to read the code, they need to reinterpret the algorithm from scratch.
Without up to date comments and documentation the code can easily be misinterpreted
A reinvented algorithm cannot benefit from the upgrades to the language. The ranges library is availble but homegrown implementations cannot benefit from it without significant engineering efforts.
Testing overage with corner cases of homegrown reimplementations is hard to maintain.
How to use the course?
Every question presents a use case.
Read the options and try to create minimal dummy data to test with.
Plugin all options and verify if your selected option works.
Choose the answer.
Read the “Review Questions” section at the end of each practice test to get more information and references.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Developers who started using C++ recently
- Students who are learning C++
- Intermediate developers diving deeper into C++ facilities.
- Intermediate developers looking to modernize and standardize their C++ codebase.
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