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#ActualKrankles

Posted 10 March 2013 - 01:33 PM

Bump.

 

I'm currently learning OpenGL at http://open.gl/ While I like this site and am learning, I'd like to also learn from a book after I finish the tutorial, as a book gives a more in-depth explanation and usually has some exercises (if not, it doesn't really matter).

 

I've come to conclude that I dislike the Superbible 5th edition because I want to learn right from the get-go, I don't want to start learning from their own OpenGL Wrapper Library, I want to start learning OpenGL 3.3 Core or Higher instantly. (I picked the book up from a library and read it, which I ended up disliking the way it taught OpenGL, which was the Wrapper Library, however I did like the nice explanation and everything about the history, etc.)

 

Any suggestions would be very gladly appreciated.


#2Krankles

Posted 10 March 2013 - 01:32 PM

Bump.

 

I'm currently learning OpenGL at http://open.gl/ While I like this site and am learning, I'd like to also learn from a book after I finish the tutorial, as a book gives a more in-depth explanation and usually has some exercises (if not, it doesn't really matter).

 

I've come to conclude that I dislike the Superbible 5th edition because I want to learn right from the get-go, I don't want to start learning from their own OpenGL Wrapper Library, I want to start learning OpenGL 3.3 Core or Higher instantly. (I picked the book up from a library and read it, which I ended up disliking the way it taught OpenGL)

 

Any suggestions would be very gladly appreciated.


#1Krankles

Posted 10 March 2013 - 01:31 PM

Bump.

 

I'm currently learning OpenGL at http://open.gl/ While I like this site and am learning, I'd like to also learn from a book after I finish the tutorial, as a book gives a more in-depth explanation and usually has some exercises (if not, it doesn't really matter).

 

I've come to conclude that I dislike the Superbible 5th edition because I want to learn right from the get-go, I don't want to start learning from their own OpenGL Wrapper Library, I want to start learning OpenGL 3.3 Core or Higher instantly.

 

Any suggestions would be very gladly appreciated.


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