Caleb Curry has everything you need to know to get started as a C++ Programming Software developer / Software engineer — starting off with the super basics and then to intermediate topics.

Time indexes are below the video so you can jump to the section you want.

Timestamps:
1:09 – Intro
9:31 – Installing g++
15:37 – C++ Concepts
22:31 – More C++ Concepts
30:48 – Using Directive and Declaration
37:33 – Variable Declaration and Initialization
40:40 – Using Variables with cout
44:46 – User Input with cin
47:57 – Conventions and Style Guides
56:23 – Intro to Functions
1:01:28 – Intro to Creating Custom Functions
1:09:05 – Pow Function
1:13:13 – Creating Custom Functions
1:22:20 – Creating Void Functions
1:29:11 – Intro to C++ Data Types
1:37:17 – Integral Data Types and Signed vs Unsigned
1:44:38 – Integral Data Types, sizeof, limit
1:49:35 – char Data Type
2:02:21 – bool Data Type
2:06:54 – Floating Point Numbers
2:15:00 – Constant const, macro, and enum
2:21:00 – Numeric Functions
2:28:37 – String Class and C Strings
2:37:47 – get line for Strings
2:40:52 – String Modifier Methods
2:47:56 – String Operation Methods
2:54:36 – Literals
2:59:42 – Hex and Octal
3:04:06 – Operator Precedence and Associativity
3:11:53 – Reviewing Key Concepts
3:17:54 – Control Flow
3:27:32 – If Statement Practice
3:32:33 – Logical and Comparison Operators
3:42:27 – Switch Statement and Enum
3:51:00 – Intro to Loops
3:58:01 – For Loops (How to Calculate Factorial)
4:05:06 – While Loop and Factorial Calculator
4:12:29 – Do While Loop
4:20:04 – Break and Continue
4:25:14 – Conditional Operator
4:29:04 – Intro to Our App
4:33:00 – Creating a Menu
4:38:11 – Creating a Guessing Game
4:45:27 – Intro to Arrays and Vectors
4:54:15 – Working with Arrays
5:04:21 – Passing Arrays to Functions
5:11:11 – Fill Array from Input
5:20:42 – Using and Array to Keep Track of Guessing
5:25:55 – Intro to Vectors
5:33:00 – Creating a Vector
5:36:39 – Passing Vectors to Functions
5:39:55 – Refactor Guessing Game to Use Vectors
5:43:47 – STL Array
5:47:47 – STL Arrays in Practice
5:51:45 – Refactor Guessing Game to Use Templatized Array
5:55:13 – Array vs Vector vs STL Array
5:01:49 – Range Based for Loop
6:07:03 – Intro to IO Streams
6:15:45 – Writing to Files with ofstream
6:24:43 – Readings from Files with ifstream
6:31:13 – Saving High Scores to File
6:39:46 – Functions and Constructors
6:47:53 – Refactoring IO to Function Call and Testing
6:54:31 – Multidimensional Arrays and Nested Vectors
6:59:29 – Const Modifier
7:04:33 – Pass by Reference and Pass By Value
7:11:41 – Swap Function with Pass by Reference
7:14:27 – Intro to Function Overloading
7:19:35 – Function Overloading Examples
7:26:22 – Default Arguments
7:33:24 – Intro to Multifile Compilation
7:40:56 – Multifile Compilation
7:48:15 – Makefiles
7:54:44 – Creating a Simple Makefile
8:01:30 – Intro to Namespaces
8:05:33 – Creating a Namespace
8:10:24 – Intro to Function Templates
8:15:24 – Creating a Function Template
8:18:40 – Overloading Function Templates
8:23:18 – Intro to Object Oriented Programming
8:30:39 – Intro to Structs
8:35:59 – Creating a Struct
8:41:48 – Classes and Object
8:49:58 – Creating a Class
8:52:45 – Working with Objects
9:00:11 – Intro to Constructors
9:05:18 – Constructors and Destructors
9:09:53 – Encapsulation
9:15:40 – Getters and Setters
9:22:47 – Static Data Members
9:29:59 – Intro to Operator Overloading
9:34:07 – Operator Overloading == and +
9:41:13 – Overloading Insert and Extraction Operators
9:49:07 – Friend Functions and Operator Overloading
9:56:14 – Class Across Files
10:03:31 – Inheritance and Polymorphism
10:08:49 – Base Classes and Subclasses Inheritance
10:16:54 – Polymorphism
10:23:15 – Conclusion

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