You are probably here after reading my blog post Should You Learn C++?. If you are, you are probably intrigued to learn what I have to offer. But before diving in to learning the language, let me keep certain things in perspective.
First of all, C++ like any other language is continuously evolving. But unlike other languages like Python 2 and Python 3 which have become very different languages altogether, C++ has had a legacy of being almost consistent.
For the purposes of this tutorial series, I am going to be using some specific tools to demonstrate the different aspects of software development in C++.
The operating system: Windows 10
The compiler: Visual C++
The IDE: Visual Studio Community 2015
The standard: C++ 14