Wow, you're a genius. But no, I don't have any advise. Sorry lol.
If I were you, I would consider learning the hardware end as well. Maybe you already know it. Learn all the hardware, networking terminology. Be well rounded on the software and the hardware side. Once you get into college, you can specialize in the software learning .Net, SAP, Python, etc.Thanks man
I've just downloaded and started playing around with C++ functions. After studying around with it, and reading some tutorials I've created a mini-game in the console for guessing the amount of cookies in a cookie jar lol.
My next project will be a Black Jack and Go Fish mini-games
Yeah. THat's what I'm pretty much talking about. Hardware, networking, TCP/IP, etc. Know the lingo. Know the basics. Stick with software and programming because ultimately, that is what pays. But you still need to know how the hardware works.If you're talking about common knowledge with hardware trouble shooting, then I'm somewhat there. If you're talking about hardware behind C++, I have no idea what you're talking about and I'm definitely going to get looking into it.
And if you don't mind, could you give me some useful links behind all of this information? I've pretty much only done programming before with computers, alongside with simple problems, but nothing to complex.