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I would say that in order to learn C++ up to an acceptable level there is no shortcut: you learn it by using it. And more often than not you learn it by using it together with others that know more than you. Then, I would assess three things: Are there C++ projects in my domain of expertise to which I’d like to contribute? This could be open-source ones, or ...


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Robot Operating System is a great framework for robotics, there are lots of libraries for SLAM and Sensor Fusion in general. You can program in python and c++. My ideia is to take the advantage of the libraries written in c++. What i do (doesn't work for anyone) is just erase code inside some functions and implement my own function and test within the ...


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