Getting started with Cross-platform development

They say if you do not eat, drink, sleep C/C++ - then the chances are you are not a real developer. Is it? May be, may be not.

But certainly if you have not done cross-platform development or design, you cannot claim to be a good architect or developer.

Is cross-platform development really so special? After all, just switch your platform configuration in Visual Studio from Win32 to x64 and you are done , Or just copy your code to other OS and build it there - done - isn't it?

Well, there are few who think otherwise and this series of articles is for them to help getting started with platform independent design & development. I will be presenting some of the best practices, tools and tips to help make the cross-platform development fun and easy. Stay tuned.

Meanwhile, please feel free to check some of the other related articles at:

Comments (3)
  1. Chris says:

    What series? It doesn't seem like your post has a lot of content.

  2. Beeej says:

    I hope when you say cross platform, you consider other systems besides windows…

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