benevolenttrains
benevolenttrains
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OOPS using C++

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4.06 USD /single lesson (60 min.)
Science / Programming / C++

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nick benevolenttrains
country India
languages English
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Education

1) Bachelors of Business Administration (B.B.A) from Annamalai University. 2) Diploma in Advanced Software Technology (e - DAST) from CMC Computers 3) Masters of Science in Computer Science from Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak

Experience: 11 years

About me

My name is N.S.Santosh Kumar. I am from Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. I have done my Masters in Science (Computer Science) from Maharishi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana, India. I have 11 years of work experience with in which I have worked under the different verticals of Information Technology. Out of my 11 years of work experience, I had spent around 7 years in the education line of Information Technology. I have also conducted various corporate trainings for All India Radio and Doordarshan Kendra. Currently, I am associated with Sikkim Manipal University – an internationally recognized and University Grants Commission recognized university as a course writer. I have been certified by the Sikkim Manipal University under their EDU NXT program and have conducted training for them in Hyderabad. My specialization includes: - 1) C with Data Structures 2) OOPS with C++ 3) HTML 4) Visual Basic 5) Oracle 6) SQL SERVER 7) Active Server Pages 8) Microsoft Dot Net In C++, following topics will be covered: - a) Concept of OOPS and Classes b) Basic program in C++ without using Classes c) Differentiation between structures and class d) Different components of class e) Writing basic program in C++ using class f) Explanation of Scope Resolution Operator (::) g) Array of Objects and their working h) Function Overloading i) Operator Overloading j) Constructor Overloading and Destructor k) Inheritance l) Friend Functions m) Virtual and Pure Virtual Functions n) File Streams