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[GSoC 2011] question

Post by RyuTT » Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:33 pm

I have recently downloaded one of the SDK's and realized that I should probably know some C++ before I really try and do anything with it. That being said, I was wondering if I had to be a programming student in order to be a student for GSoC, and if I needed to be well-versed in C++ already. Also, do I need those to participate with Ogre for GSoC?

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Re: GSoC 2011 question

Post by so0os » Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:37 pm

You do need to know c++ to do this.
However, there's plenty of time to learn stuff! Also, doing stuff is best way to learn (also, reverse engineering) and it's more fun too. Ogre can be a pain even for experienced C++ peoples, but that's why we're here for!

Good luck
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Re: GSoC 2011 question

Post by jacmoe » Wed Feb 09, 2011 2:07 pm

In order to be considered you will need to be at least an intermediate level C++ programmer with an above average knowledge of Ogre programming. :wink:
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Re: GSoC 2011 question

Post by RyuTT » Wed Feb 09, 2011 6:17 pm

jacmoe wrote:In order to be considered you will need to be at least an intermediate level C++ programmer with an above average knowledge of Ogre programming. :wink:
Hey thanks! Guess I need to work on that bit.
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