How to REALLY learn C++



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33 thoughts on “How to REALLY learn C++

  1. Great video but i disagree about looking at open source projects. I would like to ask how did these open source people learn? If you are being asked to find some bug in big c++ project, i would say its a waste of time. Life long you would be doing these things and won't produce any valuable C++ product/service.
    Look at engineers working at Microsoft/Electronic Arts etc. They don't care much about open source but they have great c++ developers.

  2. One thing to mention

    Some scientists tested the brain regions being activated while reading code, and surprisingly it wasn't the language center being activated (the one responsible for English or Japanese), but our logic center (which was responsible for puzzle or chess)

    This indicates that C++ is not really a new 'language' for the brain's sense, so it is misleading to call it like that

    people that are great at languages (like my girlfriend) are really shit at code

  3. And finally here I am at the end of the course. Well i know there is a new video with binary operators ¡great!. I think it's been the first time in my life that i've ended a youtube course completely!!! From now on the journey is on my own. Thank you "The Cherno" but this is probably the best course on internet.

  4. I m from accounting background and have no programming knowledge.
    I want to step in deep learning. More precisely I want to develop a fashion designing bot that will generate new apparels on the instructions given in simple English.
    So which language should I learn in order to get in Python or C++ ?

  5. Well, if you haven't already (which is surprisingly often not the case), learn how to use the standard library (especially the algorithm header; this one can save you A LOT of time).

  6. Didn't knew this till now: Even though a function in c++ is created with some return type, no need to use/store the return value !! Just neglect it and go on!! I was expecting a compiler error !!

  7. I'm 26 and want to get back into coding. Life took over some years ago and it fell to the wayside. Not sure if it's ridiculous to do. It's the only thing I've ever had a passion for since I was 12 years old. I'm not crazy experienced, but I always have it in the back of my head – it never goes away. It's the only thing I've ever felt happy doing. I don't care about making lots of money, just being self-sufficient.

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