i recently picked up a 'teech urslef c++" book, and i'm thoroughly enjoying it so far. i didn't realize so much shit was written in it, and i just figured it was an older language that'd be useful to help learn programming concepts. but no, lots of current operating systems and aaa games are written in it.
i was surprised my shit compiled and actually ran on my windows laptop.
so then, i've watched a ton of videos about what languages you should learn (and why), and i feel like i have a pretty good understanding of what's what as it relates to careers and hobbies. just thought i'd drop this here and see if anybody has insights or suggestions. i'm doing this for fun, with the idea that maybe it can become something more significant if i stick with it.
i learned everything i know from KC