Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals
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Hi, welcome to Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals where you’ll learn all the major Object Oriented Programming concepts in simple language. My name is Sandip and I’ll be leading you through the course.
I began learning programming way back in 2002 when I was in college. My first OOP language that I learned was C++. Then I learned Java. Since then OOP is my favorite topic. Object oriented concepts helped me writing better and more complex code and I’ll help you understand these concepts more easily for you. If you’re passionate about making complex applications and games in a modern OOP language then you’re going to need these.
I designed this course for anyone interested in learning the foundations of object oriented programming. If you don't really know or understand the terminology of Object Oriented Programming then this is the right course for you. Now we won't be writing any code in this course. And you'll see, we won't have to. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to understand the major concepts or ideas behind OOP effectively.
I have covered:
- Why we use object-orientation
- What is Object
- What is Class
The ideal student for this course is a beginner programmer who wants to quickly explore object oriented programming concepts before learning a new Object Oriented Programming like C++, Java, C# or Python. Feel free to take a look through the course description and I look forward to see you inside.
- You should have a basic knowledge of programming
- An improved understanding of the fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming
- You would be in a position to learn C++, Java, C#, Python or similar OOP based programming languages
- Real world examples to let you fully understand each concept
Introduction to Object Oriented Programming Fundamentals
Why we use object-orientation?
What is an Object?
What is a Class?
What is abstraction?
What is encapsulation?
What is inheritance?
What is polymorphism?