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    Well, I don't have any specific application i want to create. I just don't know if I should continue to the Allegro 5 Taurous has mentioned or start with basic windows applications first. Like creating a binary folder that takes input from the user, or similar basic applications for windows.
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    CPU - i5 2500k @ 5ghz | CPU Cooler - RASA RX240 | Motherboard - Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3| GPU - Nvidia GTX 590|
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  2. #62
    Standford and MIT have some very good open education courses
    (you may have to sift through their playlists to find some cs ones)
    But check those out, thats kinida what it'll be like...but there's also lab time that you get to work on projects.

    Keep at it, I dont know everyone else's stories, but when I started it sucked as well. The more you learn the "easier" thing will be; its not so much learning the in/outs of languages, because most of it should transfer to whatever language you are using; but its the ability to recognise patterns and when to use certain constructs.

    The more you know how to structure a program, the more you will enjoy it.(IMO)

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