I've been writing C++ programs since past 5 years now (I didn't realize it has been that long until I typed this out) and have come across various concepts that beginners seem to struggle with.
To help my fellow programmers in the community, I started a series of articles called Quick Introduction to a concept in C++. These articles are generally 2 to 5 minute reads that cover a
specific concept in C++ in simple words, contain examples and point to comprehensive resources as well.
I read and reply to comments often, and you can suggest any topics you'd like to be covered in this series.
Here is a list of all the articles currently in the series :
(I'll keep updating this list as and when I write new articles)
Why don't you use the series feature provide by dev.to?
Simply because it breaks the flow of the article. Different articles in the series are crowded on the top of the current article, which diverts the attention of the reader. I personally do not like that and therefore take the pain to update this post every time I write a new article in the series Quick Introduction to a concept in C++ :)
Consider reacting to the articles with a like, unicorn or a comment and sharing it with your friends if you like them and appreciate my efforts put into writing them. This helps the article reach more people who might benefit from these; no pressure though, I appreciate you just reading my article irrespective of you sharing or reacting to it.
As always, thanks for giving this article a read and I'll see you in the next one 😄