Relying your first projects too much to frameworks, engines?

Hello, I'm just started learning OOP languages like C#. I started the idea to make a small game but I'm hesitating if using an engine is better to hone my programming skills. I used Unity engine as my stepping stone on this plan. Do you think it is bad idea to stick on a framework or engine to develop your first projects? Or instead, should I learn the basics to help me build my own engine for my projects? My friend told me to ditch Unity engine because it involves bad programming practices. Also, sorry for my bad english xD. I would appreciate someone who experienced the same as this.

28th May 2020, 8:42 AM
Nootnoot - avatar
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No it is not bad to just start with a framework. For developing your first project in gaming or anything else. You should learn at least intermediate coding. But you can just hang out with playing codes on sololearn. Just check it out from here for your first project - https://youtu.be/X8aHJp1Ufpg Rock your code 🤟🤟
28th May 2020, 8:45 AM
Piyush - avatar