New Fun & Easy-to-Understand Online Course Reveals…
How to quickly and easily master C++
...without slaving & digging Through difficult-to-understand 
1356-page textbooks and confusing online resources
At Last… No more falling asleep in class while your lecturer spews out boring C++ gobbledygook. 
Welcome to C++ Better Explained... In A Way that makes You fearless to take on any programming project and impossible to fail a programming test!
Sahil Bora
From The Desk Of Sahil Bora,
Embedded Software Engineer
Melbourne, Australia.
Dear Friend,

If you're a student of computer sciences or engineering...

...and want to master C++ quickly and easily (with much fun)... a way that finally makes you fearless to take on any programming project and impossible to fail a programming test… that you can eventually gain an unfair advantage in the job market...

...then this will be the most important course you'll ever take.

But first, let me tell you… 
Why 90% of my class failed 
the mid-semester C++ coding test... 
In 2014, while in my second year of engineering, C++ programming was a core subject. 

The class was taught in a dull and boring way, with people either distracted or falling asleep. 

Almost nobody understood anything the lecturer was teaching. 

As a result, 90% of the class failed the mid semester practical coding test. 
But I Was Among the Few Who Passed...
While most of the class failed, I came out successful (among the top!).

And that’s because in 2009, when I was 15, I had started studying C++...

And had invested 5 years, painfully studying from a boring 1356-page C++ textbook and other difficult-to-understand pocket-draining resources.

And because I had all the time in the world (I was only 15)… I quickly became a nerd, with a single-minded obsession of uncovering the mystery of C++ programming.

I spent hundreds of hours on many websites digging into free C++ tutorials, trying to make sense of complex lines of code and confusing C++ terminology and explanations. 
It was a nerve-racking experience, 
reserved ONLY for a nerd that I had become. 
You see, there’s a tremendous and overwhelming amount of confusing information out there on C++.

And everything seems to be taught by people who don’t care very much about simplifying and explaining things… a way that could be easily understood by the ordinary less-nerdy majority. 

Now, if you’re wondering who a nerd is...

Here’s how the dictionary defines the word nerd:

“An intelligent but single-minded person obsessed with a nonsocial hobby or pursuit that places him outside mainstream society.”

Pay attention to the phrases “nonsocial hobby” and “outside mainstream society,” because they carry a lot of significance to what I’m about to say. 

Here’s the point: 
In order to master C++ the way I did, 
I had to become a nerd...  
Meaning, I had to...

...pursue a nonsocial hobby with single-minded obsession

...which placed me “outside mainstream society.” 

I can assure you that’s not a place you wanna be.

Because in the later years of my life this weird “personality type” brought me a good share of “social troubles” that I won’t bore you with right now.

But just to give you a tip of the iceberg, "I was one of those nerds who never asked a girl to dance, at a club or party." 

Over the years, I have worked hard to improve certain important aspects of my personality.

I’ve acquired valuable social skills to the point of becoming what can be described as a “pleasing personality.” More on that later. 

But here’s the good news: 
You don’t have to be a nerd to be a master at C++ 
If I were to start all over again, I won't take such a painful path. 

I'll take a path that's 1000 times shorter…

And that's exactly the path I decided to create in this course. 

You see, I realized… 
There's a huge problem 
in the way C++ Is being taught.  
Unlike the minority of nerdy people (like myself who had all the time in the world to single-mindedly dedicate to a single subject for 5 years)...

Most computer science and engineering students don’t have such a luxury of time.

Like most students, you’re probably busy working a part-time or full-time job while schooling.

And with 8 subjects to cover in 2 semesters per year, you already have a huge study workload… leaving you with very little time in a day. 

As a result… 
You don’t have the time to spend 
digging into boring 1365-page textbooks 
and confusing C++ online tutorials. 
Like I said… just like you, I was once an electrical engineering student.

And my friends who struggled with C++ used to share their struggle with me.

I remember one friend told me how whenever it was time for  him to study C++, he was always stressed out. 

“Study time felt like drudgery to me,” he said.

He was always worried and afraid that he was gonna fail the mid-semester programming test.
“It seems like I’m set up for failure from the get-go,” 
he said.
“What can I do to be like you?” he went on. “You know, I really wanna be that guy who the rest of the class look up to for help concerning C++.”

Needless to say I was touched by his words.

At that very moment, I decided to help my friend.

But I knew I had to break things down to a level that will not only be super-easy for him to understand but will also be fun and exciting.

I really wanted to have fun while helping him.

Long story short: I’m happy to say, at the end of the process he passed the mid-semester C++ exams with flying colors.

Here’s the deal: 
If you’re confused, overwhelmed, depressed and insecure 
about C++, you’re not alone. 
I understand exactly how it feels.

But the good news is…

I have the best solution that will put all that to rest, starting today.

After seeing my friend’s face lit up with joy from passing his C++ exams…

I was immediately inspired to go to work and create a course that will offer the world the best explanation on C++.

My mission was to create a course that, if compared to any other course ever written on C++, will always come out as offering a better explanation on the subject.

And that’s why I named it “C++ Better Explained.”
This isn't like any C++ Course you've ever Taken.
This is waaay DIFFERENT!

Today, you can finally say goodbye to all the free but complicated brain-torturing C++ tutorials flooding the web, including your boring and intimidating 1356-page textbooks...

And welcome C++ Better Explained…

C++ explained using real life examples and analogies that even a 6th grader can understand.

As you’d guess, it's very easy to go through.

And just so you know, mastering C++ can offer you an unfair advantage into learning other derivative languages like Java, C#, and Objective C.

With that said … let me jump right in and show you… 
Exactly What You're Getting
Here's a fraction of what you're getting in this online course...
  • How my “Analogies for Dummies” approach makes it brain-dead easy to grasp intimidating concepts like functions, variables, operators, arrays, pointers, data structures, control statements, classes, inheritance, and more...
  • Here’s an example of how I use ‘Analogy for Dummies’ to explain the concept of Variables: 
  • If I have 3 Toyota Corolla model 2010 cars (green, red, yellow), then the phrase “Toyota Corolla model 2010” is called a variable in C++ and my individual cars (green, red, yellow) are separate instances of that variable. 
  • If you understand “variables” as described above, then you’ll understand “logical operators” and how to use them in a C++ program. 
  • Discover how I use the analogy of “several cars parked on a very long street” to offer the best and most concise explanation for the concept of Pointers and Arrays. You gonna love it. 
  • If the role of a C++ program is to make a computer perform a certain task, and if the computer needs a “translator” to interpret the instructions, what do we call that translator? 
  • The 8 most common types of “translators,” including my most favorite... and step-by-step screenshot images on how to create your first C++ project on it. 
  • How the “translator” interprets lines of code, including a line-by-line explanation from a simple C++ program that has 11 lines. This is so easy… it’ll take out any fear or confusion you’ve ever had about understanding C++ code. 
  • Instead of racking your brain with lines of complex C++ code, my easy-to-understand Code Diagrams will create vivid pictures in your mind and help you memorize difficult C++ concepts prior to a test or programming project. 
  • Plus… if you’re passionate about programming video games and mobile Apps, this easy code diagrams (used throughout the course) will offer you a solid foundation for mapping out even the most complex C++ programming projects. 
  • Whenever you write and run a C++ program, you may get an error message if the code was wrongly written. While everyone else is telling you to avoid errors, I show you how to use errors to learn and master C++ faster
  • When you deposit $20 at the ATM... it's called_______? (Hint: This is one of the most useful things in programming… and it’s also what’s used to control a character in a video game.) 
  • Programming equals logic. But not all logic is easy to understand, especially when taught by boring lecturers who just can't break it down to a 6th grader's level. But there’s good news. My “Logic Diagrams” make understanding and retaining effortless!
You're right ...that’s a lot of 6th-grader-level explanation of some of the most complex C++ programming concepts. And it's really just the tip of the iceberg.

But it gets better because you're also getting … 
The Best Explanations on C++ Object-Oriented Programming
In the final modules, we attack object-oriented programming in a way that’s very refreshing to anyone who likes to see complicated stuff made super easy.

You'll see how you’ve quickly gone from a complete novice of C++ to picking up the most profound and often mystified concepts of object-oriented programming.

We’ll get entertained with concepts like classes (and their object-oriented capabilities), constructors and destructors, headers, inheritance, multiple inheritance, virtual functions and polymorphism. 

The best part of this is that it's …
Specifically designed for people 
who want to become masters at C++ 
without winding through circles of confusing explanations
Listen... If you hate “egocentric nerds” who mystify and complicate things just for fun, you're not alone. I can't stand it either. 

I hate to spend hours digging through volumes of confusing information... just to discover at the end that there would’ve been an easier, straight-to-the-point, examples-driven, alternative explanation.

It literally freaks me out. 

Now don’t get me wrong. I’m not intellectually lazy. And I don’t consider you to be, either. 

Instead, I like things explained in a concise and captivating manner that leaves a long-lasting impression in my mind. 

That way...
Retaining becomes effortless,  
And learning becomes a fun adventure...
And that would inspired me to learn even more and expand my knowledge base faster.

Just like you, I love learning. And my goal is to learn a ton of information in a relatively very short period of time.

If it’s fun, inspiring, examples-driven, and straight-to-the-point, I’m willing and ready to put in the work to learn and challenge myself.

And that's why I've spent years developing various ways to demystify C++ and putting it all together in this online course. 

When you read it, complete it, and master it… 
Three things will happen...
First, you'll master C++ faster than you could possibly imagine. And you’ll be able to write complex C++ code and get it to work effectively to your utter amazement.

Second, and most importantly, you’ll be fearless to take on any programming challenge and ready to ace any practical test or assignment.

The third thing you’ll notice is this: 
You’ll be able to help your friends or 
classmates who are struggling with C++ 
And they’ll love to come to you over and over again...

...because they’ll notice you have the most simplified explanations of the concepts, since you’ll be sharing with them the same cool explanations found in the course.

Yes, you heard that right. You’ll become the go-to guy of your class for all matters concerning C++.
Here's What To Do Next
The "cost" of this online course is $497, and you get instant access to the membership site. 

As soon as you place your order, you'll get an automated receipt with a link to the online course directly in your email.

You can access it anywhere, immediately, without having to download any video files.

Oh, and in case you're wondering … 
I realize this is very inexpensive you might wonder what the "catch" is.

And I know there are some websites out there that offer you a great deal on something but then they stick you in some program that charges your card every month.

This isn't one of them.

There's NO hidden "continuity program" you have to try or anything even remotely like that.

I'm literally giving you this entire online course, for $497, as a means of "putting my best foot forward" and demonstrating real value.

Even more importantly, I want to make it so that you can get started today for even less money. So if you choose you can either pay $497 today in full, or I'll break it down into 3 monthly payments starting at just $177. 

My hope is that you'll love it and this will be the start of a good business relationship for years to come.

But with all that said, there is ONE thing to keep in mind: 
Time Is Of The Essence
In most cases, I take a loss when selling the course at this price.

It costs me just over $41.00 in advertising expense to sell one course spot.

So why would I do that?

Simple. I'm making this offer with the idea that you'll be very impressed with what I'm giving you today, and you'll want to do more business with me in the future.

I'm betting that you'll enjoy the online course so much, you'll call and ask to take additional classes or trainings from me. Pretty straightforward.

Anyway - with all of that said, this is a limited offer.
You're Also Getting A Special Report On
“How To Ace A Practical Coding Test,” For Free
One of the most important aspects of programming mastery is practice.

You see, even though C++ Better Explained course makes things easier and fun to understand, you still need to practice to become an expert programmer.

And we’re not just talking about any kind of practice.

We’re talking “smart practice” - practicing what really matters when it comes to real world practical programming applications.

And there’s no stronger motivation for practice than preparing for a practical coding test. 

During the final semester of my engineering degree, I was required to undertake a class teaching C++ implementation on hardware applications. 

This teaching project was very challenging but enabled me to further develop my programming skills, as I got to learn more advanced topics in the language.

In order to measure my acquisition of these advanced C++ programming skills, I was required to take 3 practical coding tests that counted for a fair chunk of my final grade.
These tests were very challenging
for the following 4 reasons:
1. It was a closed book test, so no notes or online resources allowed.

2. If your code does not compile (or not correct), you get zero.

3. Even if your code is correct, if it doesn’t run, you still get zero for the test.

4. To see if the code is correct, the code will be marked by a series of tests run by the auto tester to see if it has implemented the correct code.

As you can imagine, these tests were very challenging and because I didn’t practice enough… 
I failed the first 2 tests! 
And was shocked and shaken to my core. 
In the first practical coding test, 95% of the students failed, including myself.

Since the majority of the students failed, we were all given a resit. But 90% of students still failed the second time, myself included.

Here’s a screenshot of my first test results (I failed lol): 
Yes, there’s something about mastery that only practice can bring. And I learned this the hard way.

There was a specific way to prepare for these tests that eluded me the first 2 times.

And this forced me to develop... 
A Unique Practice Strategy 
that finally enabled me to pass the third and final test.
And that’s the exact strategy I want to share with you in this bonus report for absolutely free.

Here’s a screenshot of my third test result (I passed): 
This smart practice strategy Has 3 steps:
  • Step 1: Here, I show you how to find out what concepts will be covered in the test.
I also share with you the exact concepts that were covered in my first test and exactly how to come up with a list of the most common concepts that are covered in these types of tests.
  • Step 2: I show you how to get a copy of the code solution.
The truth is that lecturers and interviewers don’t often have time to reinvent the wheel by creating hard coding tests. And therefore they resort to existing tests that could be found online.

I’ll show you the 3 most common online resources for code solutions related to these practical coding tests.
  • Step 3: I show you the exact steps to follow to make sure you can write the code solution from scratch and stick it to your memory forever.
When you complete this step, you’ll have 100% confidence to walk into the test without having an anxiety attack.

And there's no charge for it. I want you to have this as my gift for checking out the course.

Oh. And in case you're wondering ...


Of course there's a money-back guarantee.

In fact, I think it's …
The Boldest Guarantee In The World
I 100% Guarantee you'll love this online course and the bonus report or I'll return your $497 and let you keep the online course and the report anyway.

That's right. You don't even have to send anything back. Just email me or call the number on your receipt and I'll give you back your $497 with no questions asked. 

How's that for fair? 
This Is Truly A Limited Offer So Claim Your Copy Now Before They're All Gone
Thanks for taking the time to read this letter and I look forward to hearing from you soon! 

Sahil Bora

P.S. In case you're one of those people (like me) who just skip to the end of the letter, here's the deal:

I'm offering you an online course that outlines… how to quickly and easily master C++  
without slaving & digging into difficult-to-understand 1356-page textbooks and confusing online resources.

The course is $497. 

This course features the best explanations on C++ object-oriented programming... in a way that’s very refreshing to anyone who loves to see complicated stuff made easy. 

What's important about this is that it’s designed to take you from a complete novice of object-oriented programming to mastery level, fast!

On top of all that, I'm also giving you a Special Report on “How To Ace A Practical Coding Test,” for free… 

This will show you exactly how to practice what you learn in the course… so that you’ll become an expert programmer capable of passing the most challenging practical coding tests.

There is no "catch" to this offer. You will not be signing up for any "trial" to some monthly program or anything like that.

In fact, if you don't like the course let me know and I'll even give you back the $497. You don't even need to cancel your account. 

Click here and claim your copy now. You won't regret it.
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