If you want to learn computer programming, this is the place to start! Kevin and Bryan teach in a funny and exciting conversational style with visual explanations as they go. On occasion, they may actually tell a bad joke, sing poorly or include a ridiculous pop culture reference! But if that's ok, you will be rewarded with learning some very dry material, in a fun and exciting series of training videos.
WiBit.Net courses are based on a cumulative teaching model, so that our courses are often a continuation of a prerequisite course. Our materials are not intended to teach you how to program in a single language. We attempt to avoid duplication of prior materials, to build your skills from the C Language upwards. With this teaching model, you learn how to do something and why it is done that way! We try to make learning how to program easy and entertaining. We hope you enjoy what we have to offer!
Also, this application does not require an Internet connection, so you can learn at WiBit.Net no matter where you are!
Ok! We have a solid understanding of the basics of programming and we are proficient in C. What is the next step? Well, it’s C++! But wait... Hold on! Before we make that leap, let’s put our learning hats back on and learn the fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming (OOP). The only REAL difference between C and C++ is OOP. Before we even start looking at this concept let’s learn the fundamentals!
This application covers Introduction to Object Oriented Programming and encompasses the following topics:
-Inheritance & Friends
-Open Recursion & Namespaces
-Constructors and Destructors
Recommended Course Order by WiBit.Net:
1. Introduction to Computer Programming
2. Programming in C
3. Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
4. Programming in C++
5. Programming in Objective-C
6. Programming in Java
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