C++ Developer Roadmap
Additional languages: Русский 中文
C++ is still one of the most popular development languages in 2021 and 2022. There are quite a few people who want to start learning C++ and become a developer. They face the questions: “Where should I start? What and in what order should I study? What books should I read?
We have tried to answer these questions through the presented roadmap. The roadmap focuses on the general competencies and skills that are commonly found in most projects. It is designed to assist those who are just beginning their education or have limited experience. You can create a more effective learning plan without being sidetracked by irrelevant information if you study the materials listed. It will aid you in mastering C++ to the level commonly used in many commercial projects.
It is recommended that you read the articles listed below before starting to explore the map.
- Why was the roadmap created and for what purpose?
- Are you certain that you require knowledge of C++?
- C++ - It’s Not Rocket Science
- Application areas of C++
- Myths and Legends of C++
- Developers grading
- How to study?
- Books and other resources about C++
- Pet-project ideas
- Language toolkit
- More resources about C++: documentation, community links, etc.
The roadmap is available in the following formats:
Instructions on how to view and edit a graphML file can be found here
License and conditions
The roadmap is published under the license CC BY-NC-SA 4.0: RUS || ENG. In a nutshell:
- You may only share, adopt, or copy any portion of the presented materials if you provide a link to the original sources.
- It’s PROHIBITED to use any portion of the materials for any commercial purposes.
Feedback and communication
In the event of any comments, proposals, or ideas, please do not hesitate to contact us. We truly value your support.
You can reach us through one of the following channels via Github:
- In case of any proposal or modification in the repository content - create a new PR in Pull Requests
- In case of any proposal or modification in the repository content - submit a new Issue in Issues (Unfortunately, the Miro framework does not have a history tracker and access to the roadmap is restricted. All changes are added manually after they have been reviewed and approved)