A new course of mine was published in the Pluralsight library: Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithms in C++.
In this course, you’ll learn how to implement some fundamental data structures and algorithms in C++ from scratch, with a combination of theoretical introduction using slides, and practical C++ implementation code.
No prior data structure or algorithm theory knowledge is required. You only need a basic knowledge of C++ language features (please watch the “Prerequisites” clip in the first module for more details about that).
During this course journey, you’ll also learn some practical C++ coding techniques (ranging from move semantic optimization, to proper safe array copying techniques, insertion operator overloading, etc.) that you’ll be able to use in your own C++ projects, as well.
So, this course is both theory and practice!
Here’s just a couple of feedback notes from my reviewers:
The callouts are helpful and keep the demo engaging as you explain the code. [Peer Review]
To say that this is an excellent explanation of Big-O notation would be an understatement. The way you illustrate and explain it is far better than the way it was taught to me in college! [Peer Review]
Starting from this course page, you can freely play the course overview, and read a more detailed course description and table of content.
I hope you’ll enjoy watching this course!