1. ninjacop

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    Hello!

    I've been interested in coming and developing homebrew for whatever I can, namely 3DS at the moment, but I have never taken a course/class on learning C/C++. I've done a few years or so of programming projects in C and other languages like Lisp (Clojure/Scheme/CL) and Python, but nothing too big. Is there anywhere specific that I can learn and help make larger homebrew apps and/or utilities that can be of use to people other than me?

    I've installed devkitpro, I've made some homebrew programs (using keyboard and print out input, "hello world", etc), and I know my way around the command line. Currently I'm using a Mac + Citra + my CFW'd 3DS to develop my programs, too.
     
  2. cracker

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    Most every homebrew is open source. It's a good way to learn by modifying parts of others' source to see the effects and then taking and modifying parts that you need for your project.
     
  3. MasterFeizz

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    If you are also learning C/C++, you will have a much better time developing for the PC instead of the 3DS. After you learn a bit, you can apply what you learned to the 3DS.
     
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