I like to learn things on my own. In my opinion, one of the best ways to learn is to read books. Just reading is not enough. To understand and remember what you have learnt you need to apply your newly acquired knowledge or to answer questions about how things work. While reading a book, … Continue reading An attempt to gather solutions to textbook exercises in one place
While moving my code to GitHub I've made short list of commands one needs know to get going with git and GitHub. To get started, I've found this short tutorial useful. To add an existing file to version control. To commit a change with message "message" To create a branch To switch between branches To see current active … Continue reading GitHub Cheat-sheet
As I have written in my earlier. I am now reading Bjarne's introductory book on programming. While doing some of the exercises, I have made an error which many beginners make while debugging. I would like to share it with you today. It might sound just like simple common sense, but when chasing for errors by reading … Continue reading On importance of paying attention.
In this post I want to write while I am using C++. When you google any variation "C++ & beginners", besides beginner materials you find, most of the links are filled with c++ hate stuff. To protect myself this stuff getting into my head and demotivating myself I have decided to write down why I am … Continue reading Why C++
Impressions from Programming: Principles and Practice using C++