This is not really programming-ly orientated, but I was just wondering what would be a good thing to learn next in C++ ...
I've done a course in C++ in college (which I enjoyed), and I found it pretty easy. Next year in college we have work placement, and I would like to do something programming orientated, so I would like to have a broader knowledge of it.
I just started learning about STL (does anyone know a good site for tutorials? I've literally only started looking at it, and the syntax I find to be slightly confusing, but I've only been doing it from trial and error etc, so that makes sense), and I was thinking about learning some Java (does anyone know good sites for tutorials on that?), but there are obviously some areas (in C++) which would be more benificial to learn than others, and which an employer would look for more than others, and I don't know what they would be, but as some of ye are professional programmers, employers and (most of ye) have more sense and common knowledge than I do, I thought this would be a good place to go look for advice ... anyone?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.