Welcome to the C++ Developer Nanodegree Program


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Learn basic C++ syntax, functions, containers, and compiling and linking with multiple files. Use OpenStreetMap and the 2D visualization library IO2D to build a route planner that displays a path between two points on a map.

Introduction to the C++ Language

A Search

Writing Larger Programs

Extending the OpenStreetMap Data Model

A with OpenStreetMap Data

Build an OpenStreetMap Route Planner

Course Outro


Explore Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in C++ with examples and exercises covering the essentials of OOP like abstraction and inheritance all the way through to advanced topics like polymorphism and templates. In the end, you’ll build a Linux system monitor application to demonstrate C++ OOP in action!

Intro to OOP

Advanced OOP

Project System Monitor

Coming Soon Updated System Monitor Project


Discover the power of memory management in C++ by diving deep into stack vs. heap, pointers, references, new, delete, smart pointers, and much more. By the end, you’ll be ready to work on a chatbot using modern C++ memory management techniques!

Pointers and References

new and delete

Smart Pointers

Garbage Collector

Introduction and Running Threads

Concurrent programming runs multiple threads of execution in parallel. Concurrency is an advanced programming technique that, when properly implemented, can dramatically accelerate your C++ programs.

Passing Data Between Threads

Mutexes and Locks

Condition Variables and Message Queues

Program a Concurrent Traffic Simulation

Industry Research

Capstone —

Put your C++ skills to use on a project of your own! You’ll utilize the core concepts from this Nanodegree program - object-oriented programming, memory management, and concurrency - to build your own application using C++.
05. C++ Core Guidlines

ND213 C01 Core Guidelines What Is The Orgin Of The C++ Core Guidelines-


The C++ Core Guidelines are a set of best practices, recommendations, and rules for coding in C++ which have been developed by Bjarne Stroustrup and hundreds of other experts in the field. These guidelines are an important part of the language, as they help users to write the best, most up-to-date C++ possible. In the next couple of videos, Bjarne will talk about the origin of the guidelines and give some advice on how to use them.