When I start learning C++ form video tutorials I grasp lot of concepts. But after some time I realize in this course that too many topics like (operator overloading, nested classes etc.) are missing or not clearly defend.
Documentation / Books
In this category, in my observation is that when I open some C++ random books or documentations like(Geek for Geek) there is almost every single thing that I want to learn through video tutorials. But in my case, I think this is my problem... when I start learning some thing form these source like book or doc. I don't understand some points / topics .
Which resource is best for learning (Computer science skills, programming etc. ) How to find best learning source as a beginner.
When a beginner starts learning some new thing like programming language and they start learning form some random stuff and after some thing they realize I am just wasting my time, just like my case I haven't wasted my time but I think my concepts are not good / clear and same situation happens. I saw my friends they start learning C++ after some time they leave programming and I think they hate it.