Video Lectures on C++ From Stanford and Other Sources

Beginning C++ – Stanford and Other Video Tutorials


c++ programming tutorial 1

May 10, 2007 – 9 min

This video gives a brief introduction to basic commands and you get to make a program that takes 3 numbers that a user inputs and averages them.


c++ Programming Tutorial 2 (Part 1 of 2)

June 01, 2007 – 8 min

Part 1 of 2, new tutorial going through loops, switch statements, if else statements and applying them to another fairly simple program.


c++ Programming Tutorial 2 (Part 2 of 2)

June 01, 2007 – 9 min

Part two of the second programming tutorial


c++ Programming Tutorial 3

July 03, 2007 – 10 min

Going through some new stuff, including rand.


c++ Programming Tutorial 4 (Part 1 of 2)

July 13, 2007 – 7 min

Going through the use of functions, pointers, how to make fullscreen, and changing colors per line.


c++ Programming Tutorial 4 (Part 2 of 2)

July 13, 2007 – 5 min

continuation of part 1 of 2


c++ Programming Tutorial 5

July 27, 2007 – 7 min

Continuation of 4 so to speak, going through pointers a little more in depth.


C++ for Particle Physicists by Paul Kunz

This series of 13 lectures was presented at CERN in Geneva by Paul Kunz from Stanford University. The lectures are very clear and start with the basics in an attempt to teach C++ to Particle Physicists. Each lecture is about an hour and a half long. By the end of the course, one should be able to read most C++ code and be well on their way to writing it.


Bjarne Stroustrup’s Video Lecture on C++0x Standard

Dr. Bjarne Stroustrup is the original implementer and designer of C++. In this hour-long lecture, he outlines the rules of thumb (guidelines, principles) that are being applied in the design of C++0x. He also presents the state of the standards process and handles numerous questions.

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