New Pluralsight Course on C++ Standard Library Associative Containers

Happy Pi Day!

My new Pluralsight course on C++ Standard Library Associative Containers is live!

In this course, you’ll learn with a combination of slides and demo code, how to use associative containers like std::set, std::map, and std::unordered_map.

This is a follow up course of my previous course, which I encourage you to watch before this one.

Starting from this course page, you can freely play the course overview, and read a more detailed course description and the table of content.

Comparing the performance of std::unordered_map vs. std::map.
Comparing the performance of std::unordered_map vs. std::map.
Analyzing a subtle bug when working with std::map.
Analyzing a subtle bug when working with std::map.

These are some feedback notes from my reviewers:

Nice use of the PowerPoint slides and Camtasia callouts to keep the learners focused and engaged. [Peer Review]

Enjoyable clip of std::map string to string dictionary translation. [Peer Review]

Overall, a strong module that’s well-explained, approachable and professionally polished. Looking forward to more! [Peer Review]

The content is logically sequenced, building on concepts as we go. The clips are nice and short, which makes it easy to move through and absorb the content. You also do a great job transitioning across the clips; there’s a cohesive flow to the module. [Peer Review]

I’m glad you showed this error, explained why it’s happening, and how to fix it. It’s a good opportunity to reiterate learnings from earlier in the module, and also seems like a common gotcha. [Peer Review]

Happy learning!

 

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