I’ve been interested in game developement almost my entire life and getting into it is definately one of my goals at the moment. I’ve been in an apprenticeship as a software developer (1,5 yrs now) at a company developing an accountacy-tool for other companies and i feel like im going forward fairly quickly.
To get to the point - the programming language they use is mostly uniface for the dev environment and sql for the databases the program uses. I’ve only been using C++ in very simple tasks, like geometric/algebraic math calculations. The only way i have at the moment is to learn C++ in my spare time, which is why i want to find the right approach to it.
Knowing UE4 and almost all other game engines use C/C++ i want to ask the question if its a good idea to start shaping my C++ “skills” with UE4.
If not - are there other good ways anyone on this forum knows of to get good fundamentals in C++?
Thanks for reading and sorry for my English