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#ActualDynamo_Maestro

Posted 14 December 2012 - 11:26 AM

Whenever you 'feel' like this, just remember back to the first time you programmed or your first experience with OOP and all the things that were confusion, overtime things made sense and you understood stuff, the same will happen with DirectX, however do note the learning curve with any lower level library is steep but once you have gotten use to it, it can become a lot of fun and you will accept the challenges with more confidence.

That book is ok for beginners I guess, but from personal experience anything with a skull hand at the front is terrible, and I am pretty sure that book doesnt cover major areas that probably should be covered in a beginners book.

Have a look at Introduction to DirectX11 - Frank Luna

#1Dynamo_Maestro

Posted 14 December 2012 - 11:25 AM

Whenever you 'feel' like this, just remember back to the first time you programmed or your first experience with OOP and all the things that were confusion, overtime things made sense and you understood stuff, the same will happen with DirectX, however do note the learning curve with any lower level library is steep but once you have gotten use to it, it can become a lot of fun and you will accept the challenges with more confidence.

That book is ok for beginners I guess, but from personal experience anything with a skull hand at the front is terrible, and I am pretty sure that book doesnt cover major areas.

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