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Learn C++ Programming With Zero Tech Experience for $40 – PCMag

Developing programming skills is easier than you think, and this e-learning bundle can get you started with one of the most popular languages in use today.
Learning to code isn’t nearly as difficult or expensive as you might think. You can master C++ programming at your own pace with The 2023 Premium C Programming Developer Bundle—on sale for $40.
All courses are provided by Packt Publishing, which offers more than 4,000 videos and books to IT professionals. The company teaches everything from emerging technologies to optimizing skills in existing processes.
C++ is one of the most popular programming languages in use today, and you don’t need any previous experience to dive into this bundle. Anyone with some basic programming knowledge and experience writing programs can tap into the comprehensive Complete Modern C++, covering how to use C++ as an object-oriented language and programming concepts you can apply to other languages.
Once you have basic knowledge of C++, Modern C++ Programming Cookbook (Second Edition) can help improve your applications’ efficiency, scalability, and performance; in C++ High Performance (Second Edition), learn how to optimize your apps to run even faster, while consuming fewer resources and without compromising your codebase.
If you’re interested in gaming, Creational Design Patterns in Modern C++ covers game implementation. And you can learn the features, tools, and techniques of the latest release, C++20 in Expert C++, while Modern CMake for C++ makes your life so much easier by teaching how to automate complex tasks.
PCMag readers can start training at your own pace to become a programmer with The 2023 Premium C Programming Developer Bundle, available now for $40—97% off the $1,600 MSRP.
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