I've been learning c++ for a few months on a windows os. (Not using the API)
And im building a new computer soon. I will install Backtrack at first, then win if I need it.
My goal is to become a professional developer (I will most likely write code for pentesting and everything related to it) So... do you think should I continue to learn c++ on linux ? Or stick to windows ? I'll be writing portable code anyways. And what are good IDEs for linux/unix ? Or should I do it the old way with no ide ?
Im familiar to linux os, however i've never written code on a linux os.
Sorry for my english, im not a native speaker.
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Personally I use an IDE that runs on both Windows and Linux and provids a License key that works on both. Editrocket is the application name and it works with multiple languages and includes code snipites and what I have found to be many other great utilities. The price was …
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