Time: 10:00 - 19:00 (GMT+3)
300 BYN (till 22.11.2020)
350 BYN (till 29.11.2020)
400 BYN (till 10.12.2020)
Design patterns have proven to be useful over several decades and knowledge about them is still very useful to design robust, decoupled systems. Modern C++, however, has profoundly changed the way we use C++, think about design and implement solutions. This hands-on training explores modern C++ design and the modern forms of the classic design patterns. It provides guidelines, idioms and best practices for sustainable and maintainable design, which enable programmers to create professional, high-quality code. Amongst others it will answer the following questions:
- How does good C++ design with a minimum of dependencies look like?
- Why does classical C++ design based on inheritance hierarchies fail so often?
- What advantages does value semantics based design provide?
- How are the classic design patterns realised in modern C++?
- What are alternatives to the classic design patterns?
After this course, participants will ...
... have an impression on the modern alternatives of classic design patterns;
... have gained knowledge about modern design techniques;
... understand how std::function, std::any, and ranges work;
... avoid the usual pitfalls in the context of inheritance;
... know about the importance of value semantics.
Classic Design Patterns Revisited:
- Template Method
Modern Design Patterns:
- Type Erasure
- Expression Templates
- Policy Based Design
Independent consultant, Munich, Germany
Klaus Iglberger is a freelancing C++ trainer and consultant. He has finished his PhD in computer science in 2010 and since then is focused on large-scale C++ software design. He …