So if you are looking forward to learn C++ in 2019, I present to you the 30 Seconds of C++.
A collection of STL (Standard Template Library) features of C++ which can be learned in 30 seconds or less.
30 Seconds of C++
30 Seconds Of Standard Template Library in C++
A collection of C++ STL features (functions/libraries) which can be learned in 30 seconds or less
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30 Seconds of Knowledge
30 Seconds of C++ (hereafter referred to as 30C++) is a collection of modern C++ STL features like algorithms, containers, etc combined into short C++ snippets that can be learned in 30 seconds or less.
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I personally find it hard to learn modern C++ (C++ 14,17) through numerous C++ tutorials which either have incomplete info or if you wanna go further you may find yourself browsing these websites for modern C++
The problem with the above 2 resources is that they sometimes give too much info overshadowing the simple things to understand and from a perspective of a "beginner" who has just started learning that can be frustrating.
Although both these resources are damn good if you have a basic understanding which 30C++ can give.
Check out these blogs for detailed comparisons :
- 8 Top Programming Languages & Frameworks of 2019
- Top 10 Programming Languages of the World – 2019 to begin with…
- 10 Best Programming Languages to Learn in 2019 (for Job & Future)
- How long will C++ be around?
- Also, check out this article about some market trends You can conclude from the above post that C++ is in the Top 3 skills required at Google.
Although to not break your bubble C++ takes a ton of time to master & feel its true essence. (figuring out myself)
I myself use Python as my main language but over the years C++ has helped me become a better developer, even if you are new to programming, using C++ as your starter language will be a good choice.
Even if you're not learning C++ from Job point of view, it offers a ton of learning experience.
See 5 Reasons Why You Should Keep Learning C/C++
PS: avoid these if you are very new to C++
- Fluent C++
- Simplify C++
- Bartek's Coding Blog
- Kenny Kerr
- Sutter’s Mill
- thoughts on cpp
- Vorbrodt's C++ Blog
- Learning C++
- 30C++ includes all the modern C++ features & more of them are coming day by day.
- It can help you learn modern C++ step by step without browsing through any lousy and confusing documentation.
Currently, some of the library headers available are :
Also learning modern C++ will surely help if you are seeking a professional career in C++.
If you are a CS Student then learning C++ will be surely helpful, Why CS students must learn C++ as their main programming language
As quoted by Bartlomiej Filipek
I am not saying that C++ is fantastic and you should abandon everything and just stick to it. If you’re just starting it’s good to have more options and learn different things. Even if you’re a C++ guy already, it’s vital to learn something new and improve.
If you are lazy(like me) you can also learn C++ and experience 30C++ on your browser by adding this awesome web extension to your favorite browser built by Stefan Petrovic.
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So with the help of 30C++, we will be learning together modern C++ through a series of C++ blogs that I will be posting starting soon.
If you would like to contribute check out some of the open issues :
Add Runnable links of the code below the example. Use link name Run Code which links to a Online C++ complier conatining the example code. Use Rextester as the Online C++ Compiler (If you have a better suggesstion please comment).
Follow below steps to generate the Run Code Link.
- Go to Rextester
- Copy or write the example code.
- Run the code (hit F8) , see if you face any problems
- Save the code with the followng title format
- A permanent link will be generated , copy that
- Submit a PR which contains the Run Code Link just below the example.
Comment any doubts, suggesstions.
If you like to suggest anything please open an issue or comment below.
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