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Multithreading In Modern C++ | C++11 | C++14 | C++17| C++20
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About This Course

Who this course is for:

  • C Developers, C++ Developers, Java Developers, PHP Developers, and other language developers
  • College students/freshers, trainers, testers, and freelancers interested in multithreading and cracking interviews

What you’ll learn: 

  • Thorough understanding of multithreading concepts
  • Hands-on programming exercises with code execution in IDEs
  • Covers race conditions, locking mechanisms, event handling, signaling, and other related topics
  • Code sources provided to enhance learning experience and expertise in C++ multithreading
  • Introduces one of the world’s most popular on-demand technologies
  • Teaches how to crack interviews in the IT industry

Requirements: 

  • Computer running Microsoft Windows, Linux, or Mac operating systems.

Did you ever wonder how multiple tasks can be executed concurrently to improve performance and efficiency in applications? If not, Multithreading in C++11 is a great place to start

What happens when there is a single resource and multiple threads need to utilize it?

Course Focus

  1. This course covers multithreading concepts in depth, both theoretically and practically.
  2. Through hands-on programming exercises with code execution in IDEs, students will gain a thorough understanding of multithreading.
  3. Mastery of C++ multithreading is an important outcome of this course.
  4. In addition to multithreading concepts, the course also covers related topics such as race conditions, locking mechanisms, event handling, signaling, and more.
  5. All code sources for multithreading in different sessions are attached for students to refer to.

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Learning multithreading can pay off both in terms of value and money in today’s IT industry. 

Why learn multithreading? 

It is an in-demand technology that continues to be relevant. 

By understanding CPU architecture, memory space, and various algorithms, you will be able to create efficient programs and become a competitive programmer in the IT industry. 

Additionally, you will be well-equipped to crack any interview and stand out in this field, as data structures are an on-demand technology.

Why should you enroll in this course? Here are a few reasons:

  1. You will gain an understanding of multithreading and how to apply it to real-world examples.
  2. You will be able to write multithreading programs for race conditions, locking mechanisms, event handling, signaling, and more, and execute them in an IDE.
  3. You will develop your logical and verbal reasoning skills.
  4. You will be well-prepared to succeed in any interview in today’s IT industry.

This course covers all the basic concepts of multithreading, not just ‘how to code,’ but also the ‘why’ and ‘how important’ aspects. You’ll gain a clear understanding of multithreading from scratch, making it easier for you to crack any interview by providing technical answers that cover all the necessary points.

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have gained expertise in C++ multithreading.

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Course Curriculum

Section 1 - Overview Of Multithreading In C++11
Overview Of Multithreading Part 1 00:00:00
Overview Of Multithreading Part 2 00:00:00
Section 2 - Introduction To Multithreading And Different Ways To Create Threads
Introduction To Multithreading And Different Ways To Create Threads 00:00:00
Section 3 - Program And Execution On IDE To Create Multiple Threads By Different Ways
Program And Execution On IDE To Create Muliple Threads By Different Ways 00:00:00
Section 4 - Thread Join In Multithreading In C++11
How To Join Thread In Multithreading In C++11 00:00:00
Section 5 - Program And Execution To Join Thread On IDE In Multithreading
Program And Execution To Join Thread On IDE In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Program And Execution to Join Thread On IDE In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Section 6 - Thread Detach In Multithreading In C++11
Thread Detach In Multithreading In C++11 00:00:00
Section 7 - Program And Execution To Detach Thread On IDE In Multithreading
Program And Execution To Detach Thread On IDE In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Program And Execution To Detach Thread On IDE In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Section 8 - Important Points To Be Considered To Program Join
Points To Be Considered To Program Join/Detach Thread With Execution Part1 00:00:00
Points To Be Considered To Program Join/Detach Thread With Execution Part2 00:00:00
Section 9 - Program And Execution To Pass Argument By Value While Creating Threads On IDE
Program And Execution To Pass Argument By Value While Creating Threads On IDE 00:00:00
Section 10 - Program And Execution To Pass Argument By Reference While Creating Threads On IDE
Program And Execution To Pass Argument By Reference While Creating Threads Part1 00:00:00
Program And Execution To Pass Argument By Reference While Creating Threads Part2 00:00:00
Section 11 - Program To Assign Pointer To Member Function Of Class On Thread With Execution
Program To Assign Pointer To Member Function Of Class On Thread With Execution 00:00:00
Section 12 - Race Condition In Multithreading
Race Condition In Multithreading 00:00:00
Section 13 - Program And Execution On Race Condition In Multithreading On IDE
Program And Execution On Race Condition In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Program And Execution On Race Condition In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Program And Execution On Race Condition In Multithreading Part3 00:00:00
Section 14 - Locking Mechanism I.E. Mutex In Multithreading
Locking Mechanism I.E. Mutex In Multithreading 00:00:00
Section 15 - Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution
Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution Part1 00:00:00
Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution Part2 00:00:00
Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution Part3 00:00:00
Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution Part4 00:00:00
Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution Part5 00:00:00
Program For Locking Mechanism Mutex In Multithreading With Execution Part6 00:00:00
Section 16 - Locking Mechanism I.E. Lock Guard In Multithreading
Locking Mechanism I.E. Lock Guard In Multithreading 00:00:00
Section 17 - Program For Locking Mechanism I.E. Lock Guard In Multithreading With Execution
Program For Locking Mechanism I.E. Lock Guard In Multithreading With Execution 00:00:00
Section 18 - Condition Variable In Multithreading
Condition Variable In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Condition Variable In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Condition Variable In Multithreading Part3 00:00:00
Section 19 - Program For Condition Variable In Multithreading With Execution
Program For Condition Variable In Multithreading With Execution Part1 00:00:00
Program For Condition Variable In Multithreading With Execution Part2 00:00:00
Program For Condition Variable In Multithreading With Execution Part3 00:00:00
Section 20 - Future And Promise In Multithreading
Future And Promise In Multithreading 00:00:00
Section 21 - Program For Future And Promise In Multithreading With Execution On IDE
Program For Future And Promise In Multithreading With Execution On IDE Part1 00:00:00
Program For Future And Promise In Multithreading With Execution On IDE Part2 00:00:00
Section 22 - Async In Multithreading
Async In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Async In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Async In Multithreading Part3 00:00:00
Async In Multithreading Part4 00:00:00
Section 23 - Program For Async In Multithreading With Execution On IDE
Program For Async In Multithreading With Execution On IDE Part1 00:00:00
Program For Async In Multithreading With Execution On IDE Part2 00:00:00
Program For Async In Multithreading With Execution On IDE Part3 00:00:00
Section 24 - Packaged Task in Multithreading
Packaged Task In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Packaged Task In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Section 25 - Program For Packaged Task In Multithreading With Execution on IDE
Program For Packaged Task In Multithreading With Execution On IDE 00:00:00
Section 26 - Thread Object As Member Variable Of Class In Multithreading
Thread Object As Member Variable Of Class In Multithreading Part1 00:00:00
Thread Object As Member Variable Of Class In Multithreading Part2 00:00:00
Section 27 - Program For Thread Object As Member Variable Of Class With Execution On IDE
Program For Thread Object As Member Variable Of Class With Execution Part1 00:00:00
Program For Thread Object As Member Variable Of Class With Execution Part2 00:00:00
Section 28 - How To Stop Thread In Multithreading
How To Stop Thread In Multithreading 00:00:00
Section 29 - Program And Execution To Stop Thread In Multithreading
Program And Execution To Stop Thread In Multithreading 00:00:00
Section 30 - Source Code For Multithreading
Source Code For Multithreading 00:00:00

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