C++ for Beginners

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This course is an introduction to the C++ language, in collaboration with the Imperial College Software Society. It will be run in a lecture theatre, using projected slides by the course leader. Participants will be asked to bring their own laptops if possible, but other laptops may be booked in advance if available. This course is especially aimed at those who want to kick off their programming learning and make it ready for applications in their course, in ICRS projects and other. This course has been run for several years and has always been very successful. The EuroBot project will require C++ programming.

You can sign up to the Software Soc. mailing list to keep you up-to-date with all the other activities Software does.


Slides

Slides & Questions

File:Slides0.9.5.pdf PDF Slides (updated 13/10/14)
File:Questions0.9.6.pdf PDF Questions (updated 28/11/14)

Source Code for the Slides & Questions

File:Source0.9.6.zip Source Code for Slides and Questions (updated 28/11/14)

Previous Version

The previous version of the slides, are more condensed than then newer version and have more material.
File:Lectures0.7.zip - Version 0.7 (uploaded 1/10/12)


Workshop Times

The times and locations of the workshops can be found on the Software Soc. calendar

The rooms are booked and confimed for the course in the second term of the 2014/2015 academic year: (Friday Evenings)
You can also visualise the timetable on the Software Soc's google calendar:


FAQ's

Do you need any one to help out and demonstrate?

Yes, e-mail me or just come along to the sessions and find me. Help would be much appreciated.

Do I need to bring a laptop?

It is preferable if you can bring one, but if you cannot, email and we will try to find you one, though you may have to share with others.

Do I need to buy membership before taking part?

Software Soc. membership is free and can be bought from https://www.imperialcollegeunion.org/shop/club-society-project-products/software-products/, but no one will check as long as we have enough members to keep the union happy.

What level will the course be at?

The course is aimed at beginners to programming, however if you just want to learn C++ or have questions you can come along and see. You can gauge the level of the course by looking at the questions and slides above.

How do I sign up to the Software Soc. mailing list?

The Software Soc. mailing list is https://mailman.ic.ac.uk/mailman/listinfo/icu-software-contact .