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I don't always use C++, but when I do, I love seeing the template errors.
C++ always has a trick up its sleeve
I like C++ for the power it puts in the hands of the developer and I believe that mastering a powerful and versatile tool craftsman grows
C++ was the second programming language I learned and it has been my favorite ever since. That has been 14 years ago. I love it for its speed and explicity.
Currently working on a large project in C++ so working on my chops along with the rest of you all, trying to give back to help out others.
C++ is a powerful language, and I love it for its speed and abundance of utilities. It works both at high-level and low-level, simple and complex program.
I've been using C# for personal projects in Unity for a little over a year and love the balance it strikes between readiblity and functionality.
How to survive as a programmer?
I'm working with cpp with years and I'm really fighting to achieve a better code quality all around the world, so I'm happy to help
Lover Of Pure Functional Programming.
Developing C++ professionally in some projects, such as Real-time Applications, IoTs and Games, I've found C/C++ the most influential invention of the century.
Until now I have worked mainly with C. However, through my master in Embedded Systems I discovered the power of C++. I love the power and the flexibility of this language.