I’ve spent the last 2 days really getting stuck in with coding in UE4. So far i would say I have achieved barely anything.
A bit of background, I am a self taught OOP PHP programmer currently, but i have also built a couple of 2D games in C++ using SFML for visuals.
So my question to the community is; how do I become a Ninja UE4 Programmer?
Should I focus on book knowledge of C++, and study my C++ Primer 5th Edition like crazy?
Or should I just keep chipping away in the way that I am currently am?
Or can you suggest any other good methods for progression?
Are there any other good resources that offer UE4 programming info yet? I know its early in the life of UE4, but I feel I am struggling with context and methodologies. I can read API docs but it is the contextual application that is missing for me and its slowing me down loads. Its like i am fumbling in the dark.
Once I have reached Ninja Status, I will pay back to the community with Tutorial Vids, on all this stuff that is slowing me down at the moment.