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helix2301:
There is a lot free programming books on http://freecomputerbooks.com/ cbt nuggests are good videos I use them to learn python there a little pricey but very good.

Smurf Hunter:
I haven't done much C++ since college besides a contract stint at Microsoft over 10 years ago.

What's your programming background like?

If you are starting from almost nothing besides perhaps basic scripting, here's what I'd recommend:

1) learn plain old C for syntax, structured programming, compiling, linking, etc.
2) learn OOP concepts.  In my experience one of the pitfalls of C++ are "C" people who learn just enough OOP to make a serious mess.  Learn good design habits and avoid problems later




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