• I agree with Rob. My favorite C++ book is C++ Primer Plus by Stephen Prata. 

  • Start with a good C++ book.  Buy an Arduino and program it. Come back to us when you've done that.

    Seriously, the software isn't bad, but it's big and fairly complex.  Diving in with no programming knowledge will only lead to frustration. Start small, learn the basics, then start messing around with ArduRover.

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