This tutorial will be on site at TACC in the Advanced Computing Building (ACB) on the J.J. Pickle Research Campus. Parking information will be sent prior to the event date.
Texas Advanced Computing Center
Advanced Computing Building (ACB)
J.J. Pickle Research Campus, Building 205
10100 Burnet Rd
Austin, TX 78758
In this tutorial, we explore C++ from the point of view of what it adds to C, and which C mechanisms should not longer be used.
Section 1 of 2:A quick introduction to object-oriented programming for intermediate level C programmers; C++ containers as replacement of C array mechanisms.
Section 2 of 2:Discusses various modern C++ mechanisms, for both C programmers and aspiring intermediate C++ programmers; an opportunity for attendees to workshop their own code alongside TACC staff and receive feedback.
Per our policy, attendees must have an active TACC account to participate in training activities on TACC resources.
To verify that your login information for an existing account is current and that your account is active, or to create a TACC account,* please visit https://accounts.tacc.utexas.edu/ at least one week prior to the start of the training to ensure that TACC staff can review and approve your account request.
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This session will be capped at 25 attendees. Remaining registrants will be added to the waitlist. A TACC staff member will email you regarding your acceptance within one week of submission.
Thank you for your interest. Registration for this training has closed. Registrants will be contacted by a TACC staff member prior to the training.