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Self-taught C++

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Alright, although the plan is to cultivate the programming talent of others, I am teaching myself C++ through an excellent book that focuses on the game side of programming.

My basic plan is to be familiar enough with C++, JAVA and other languages to understand and contribute to my future development team. My primary job description for my Company is still to be written, but I know I need to be fairly active in all aspects of the business development.

It's a lot to learn, as my past experience in programming is very limited to a few classes of Fortran 77 in college about 17 years ago. I passed but didn't do too well in Fortran, but I belive part of it was that there were some external interfering factors involved.

So I'm learning and practicing C++ coding while gradually conceptualizing Sublime. Schedule-wise we expect to bring one or two others to the team in several months.

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