Name: [10391] pedro_orange
Member: 72 months
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Description: I have been programming for over 15 years in a number of languages ranging from C to Visual Basic and a little bit of Assembler. Although I mainly develop on Windows systems, I have been a keen user of Linux at home for over 10 years. ...

An Introduction to C++ on Linux with Hello World [ID:890] (1/2)

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A simple C++ Hello World application showing you how to write and compile c++ on Ubuntu linux. No sound accompanies this video. A tester video to see if the demand is there. Intention would be to redo this with sound, along with adding additional instructional videos showing more complex operations.

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22. Alejandro Wed, 08 Sep 2010 23:49

C++ for Ubuntu


21. mephistophales Fri, 08 Jan 2010 11:12

teşekkürler , thanks for video , spasiba , danke shön ,

it was helpfull


20. anonymous Fri, 18 Dec 2009 00:05

I would be interested in more tutorials in C++ on Linux


19. anonymous Tue, 15 Sep 2009 04:11

just stumbled onto this site. i program pic microcontrollers in assembly and am now learning c/c++. this has already been added to favourites. i currently dual boot with xp/ubuntu 7.04

and it's the quickest and easiest hello world i've seen yet

thank you


18. anonymous Fri, 11 Sep 2009 17:18

Very helpful video for showing how to compile using Ubuntu. Explanations of various commands using sound could greatly enhance usefulness.


17. anonymous Mon, 31 Aug 2009 02:11

send me the info on linux as much as you can


16. anonymous Mon, 03 Aug 2009 17:47

Nice video, very short and to the point. I think it will help a beginner starting on Ubuntu. :)


Great, simply and direct.

Thank you.


14. anonymous Mon, 27 Jul 2009 16:39

I am glad you did this video, I am a Linux user and it looks like 99% of the videos on this site are using windows.

Please make more of these with audio.

Thanks.


13. anonymous Sat, 04 Jul 2009 02:26

Start the series pedro_orange, before we send for Spanish inquisition : )


12. anonymous Sun, 31 May 2009 16:05

Video ok, but with speaking would be better.


11. anonymous Sat, 30 May 2009 23:37

good job


10. anonymous Sun, 26 Apr 2009 17:48

Thanks a lot! This was very useful


9. anonymous Tue, 31 Mar 2009 13:20

Nice done. My source c++ apps ends with .cpp instead of .c, but this is personal i guess. keep up the good work!


8. anonymous Thu, 26 Mar 2009 22:30

I appreciate your work very much. Great pacing! I am older and had some difficulty reading the text though.

Again, Thank you and I will cheack out more works


I tried to get the audio volume to increase, but no go. The only audio that is audible is the final author tag,


6. anonymous Wed, 12 Nov 2008 20:30

some volume would be nice. just to narrate.


Exactly the right way to start - though I second Ian's remarks viz larger fonts. And a voice-over does add a lot to the experience. Personally i've used C++ for over ten years and would love to see a whole heap of screencasts - it's a huge language in every sense and behind much of the FOSS achievements. IMO every programmer should have a basic acquaintance. Big thumbs up for more!


Thanks for the encouraging comments guys.

I am having some problems recording audio at present (It sounds distant and there is a loud hiss - possibly from the mic boost) however when I manage to sort that out I will republish this video with some addition notes on STL strings which fit nicely in with this sort of demo.

Watch this space!


Cool to see other authors use GCC .

Hopefully, as Ian already pointed out, the next screencast is created with audio.


Nice first video. I have some suggestions - first, you ought to change your resolution when recording, it looks too small here. Recordings made at 800x600 work really well.

Secondly - voice really adds a lot to the demonstration! I really suggest a re-recording (you can upload a replacement over this one) using voice, it'll bring so much more life to the video.

That said, this is our first C compilation video on Ubuntu so thanks for the contribution. I hope others feel similarly.

Cheers,

Ian.


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