The most important thing while learning C++ is to focus on concepts.The purpose of learning a programming language is to become a better programmer - that is, to become more effective at designing and implementing new systems and at maintaining old ones. C++ is used by hundreds of thousands of programmers in essentially every application domain.
This is a continuation of the C++ - Part 1 of this course. Did you complete the "C++ for Starters" before starting this?
C++ is a very strong programming language. Leading software companies complain that they have a high demand of good quality of C++ programmers. If you’re hired as a C++ programmer, chances are pretty good your new employer will ask you to check out the code, and you’ll definitely want to know how to do that without asking.
Junior C++ developers start at around £22,000-£35,000. Developers with two years' C++ and banking experience can earn £40,000 or more.
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