The C and C++ languages have been the backbone of UNIX/Linux and PC programming for years. Today, they are often found supporting web server systems. C and C++ are now available on the IBM mainframe too.

Each course introduces new topics in a clear, easily understood manner. Most of these courses provide lots of hands-on work to reinforce new ideas.

Roadmap to Success

C++/C Course Map

 

C++/C Courses

C Language Programming Workshop (5 days)
Hands-on experience coding and executing C programs using the most commonly needed features of the language. A day for file access may be omitted (not needed for those moving on to C++).
Object Oriented Concepts (1 day)
Students learn the basic concepts of Object Oriented thinking and how to apply objects to typical .
C++ Programming Workshop (5 days)
An in-depth introduction to C++ and object-oriented programming for those familiar with the C language. Many hands-on exercises build understanding and provide necessary skills.
C++ for Non-C Programmers (5 days)
An in-depth introduction to C++ and object-oriented programming for programmers who do not know the C language. Many hands-on exercises build understanding and provide necessary skills.
C on z/OS (3 days)
Students familiar with the C language will learn how to use C under IBM's z/OS (MVS, OS/390) operating system. Topics include: interaction with JCL, sequential files, PDS members, VSAM, CICS, IMS, and DB2.
Using C++ z/OS (2 days)
Students familiar with the C++ language will learn how to use C++ under IBM's z/OS (MVS, OS/390) operating system. Topics include: interaction with JCL, Inter-Language Calls (ILC), sequential files, VSAM, CICS, and DB2.
Microsoft Visual Studio .NET (2 Days)
Students will learn to use Microsoft Visual Studio .NET's features to create dynamic web sites.
Understanding Concurrent Versions System (CVS) (2 Days)
Students learn to protect software investments using source control and versioning with CVS.