C++
Duration 0.5 days
Team ACRC (Advanced Computing Research Centre)
This workshop will introduce programming with modern C++. Modern C++ is an extremely powerful and expressive compiled programming language. This workshop will provide an accelerated introduction to C++ 2014, showing you how you can write your first C++ programs using modern functional and object orientated C++ programming constructs. C++ is the tool of choice when Python is no longer quick enough, and there are no good libraries available to help you optimise your code. This course is suitable for anyone who has an understanding of modern object orientated or functional programming languages, and will assume that you are already familiar with the material presented in the "Beginning Python" and "Intermediate Python" courses. 
Pre-Requisites Note that this workshop will assume that you are already familiar with object orientated programming. If you only have experience of C or Fortran, then you are strongly recommended to complete "Beginning Python" and "Intermediate Python" before attending this workshop.
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SPECIFIC DETAILS FOR VENUE:

31 Great George Street Room 1.17 – training room with PCs

31 Great George Street Room 1.18 – training room with PCs

31 Great George Street Room 3.05 – meeting room - please bring laptops

Chemistry Room W414 – computer room with PCs

Queen’s Building Design Suite F101a – laptops available

If you wished to book a workshop in one of the training rooms at 31 Great George Street and have a mobility issue please email caroline.gardiner@bristol.ac.uk to arrange

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