>>65173400>As far as what they're talking about in >>65171700 (You) , I think you learn this intuitively with lower level languages like C++ (if this interests you
Stack vs. heap allocation is not something that at least I always think about when I write software, which is not to say that I'm too good to think about it, but in reality it's not something that is considered all of the time. I mostly think of scope, and C++ is far better about managing memory for you, that scope w/ correct memory structures solves stack vs. heap issues.
I'm just now catching up on C++11 and 14, specifically about move semantics and r-value references, which bit me hard recently.
Some reading: https://blog.smartbear.com/c-plus-plus/c11-tutorial-introducing-the-move-constructor-and-the-move-assignment-operator/> i'd like to learn more about things like >>65171700 (You) someday, but i might end up looking into Network Engineering.
I went to school for Computer Engineering, and had some software development classes, FWIW.
I like to think that anybody can pick up writing software, even C++, as long as you're patient and observe what's going on with the compiler, how the file exits the preprocessor, etc...