anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello world!\n =) Great course i have finished it 2-3 months ago. I liked it very much due to good information content and great teaching approach. But I have to move forward, so question to ask : I am looking for C++ course, which will cover such things as STL and object oriented approach, could you suggest me one? I will be very appreciated. Thnx in advance!
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
CS106B is taught in C++ and it goes into templates, OO paradigms, a bit of STL at the end of it, but it's mainly focused on building programming abstractions (data structures, interfaces, etc). I think that NewBoston (user at youtube and has the site thenewboston.com) has a nice coverage of C++, but I never looked into it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Super! Thank you very much! This is that I was looking for! I am going to start from CS106. Also to mention I used you previous advice on courses similar to CS 6.0 MIT, to go through CS50 Harvard - very interesting coures indeed. So thank you again! )

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