Yeah I am a beginner, but i see myself as a quick an smart learner.
Everything looks easy until you try it.
That's not to say you can't try - Just know that it's probably more challenging than you're giving it credit for. How you deal with that challenge is up to you and your abilities.
Is it really possible to find a job as a programmer without finishing your Uni or whatever ?
Possible? Sure. Likely? Well, that depends on what you're bringing to the table. Having a degree is no guarantee, but lacking one doesn't help.
Experience is probably the most valuable thing to a programmer, so having some successful projects on your own can be just as important as someone who puts in the bare minimum to graduate. That said, Education is still right alongside it, and makes landing that first (or second, third, fourth and fifth,) job easier. The biggest benefit to a formal education is that it's standardized, so your employer knows you've got a certain level of knowledge.
For an entry level position, it's usually the education that gets them to look at your resume. It'll be your accomplishments and potential that get them to consider you.
Well, it does seem that C++ Gets better performance while C# is easier to code,
Is it important to you right now that you get better performance on computers that will far exceed what you're capable of programming?