22 Feb 2013 - San Francisco, CA - The CPPGM Foundation
(www.cppgm.org) released further news today about the C++
Grandmaster Certification, the free massively open online
course (MOOC) where you build your own C++ compiler,
standard library and toolchain for Linux x86-64.
It was reported that 10,000 programmers have enrolled in
the course including people from Intel[li], Stanford,
[/li]Google[li], MIT, IEEE, Harvard, and many other
[/li]companies and educational institutions from all over the
CPPGM has been inundated with requests for more information
about the content of the course, so Programming Assignment 1
has been released as a public preview for free anonymous
download and review.
Programming Assignment 1 asks the participant to implement
the first three phases of translation as described in clause
2 of the C++ Standard (the preprocessors tokenizer).
The starter kit is available from:
By popular demand enrollments have been extended until 15
March. To enroll or for more information visit the course
web site at:
For press information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The CPPGM Foundation was formed by a software company that
recognized the value to programmer productivity that a good
knowledge of language mechanics had to new developers to
their team. The C++ Grandmaster Certification began
development as an internal training program, and the
foundation was founded to offer it publicly.
[li] Company and organizations names have been used without
[/li]permission and are property of their respective owners.