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Assembly! I bow down to the devs who came before me🙏

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  • 10
    I tried learning it. After 3 months, I still couldn't get a Hello World! without segfault...
  • 3
    Respect your elders x)
  • 9
    @filthyranter have you tried it on a microcontroller? It's a lot easier to learn that way and you get to make LED'S dance. Dancing LED'S are awesome 😄
  • 8
    That's just how it is.
    50 years down the line, devs will be saying the same about cpp/Java devs of today.
    It's from these experiences with the existing tech, we come up with other elegant way to represent the logic
  • 5
    Jesus even those before. The cardboard card you need to puncture... Really ??
  • 1
    @graviton not my babies😨.

    Hopefully they will go the way of vim or c.
  • 5
    C will never die😁
  • 1
    @orto On compilers for microcontrollers such as Arduinos, you have lots or pre-defined macros. That's fine but I wanna know raw assembly.
  • 2
    @filthyranter

    Assembly is very architecture specific.
    I started using the thumb instruction set. On the cortex m0.
    What made this awesome is that I had direct control over every register and peripheral.
    Maybe you should give that a try or at least something similar.
    It's great fun.
    Hey you might even get to pull out your soldering iron☺️.
  • 6
    Previous gen devs really put the scientist in computer scientist. Been learning more about programming origins, most of those guys were legitimate scientists and mathematicians.
  • 3
    I love reading through assembly code and seeing what it's doing. Can't write it yet, but am getting better at learning what it's doing
  • 2
    -C and C++ bow to Assembly
    -In contact with registers
    -Possess memorial-like abilities
    -Control the CPU with an iron but fair fist
    -Powers transistors & embedded devices globally
    -Direct descendants of the ancient Ada Lovelace Bloodline
    -Will bankroll the first computers on Mars ( Deep assembly will be be the first computer)
    -Own 99% of malware research facilities on Earth
    -First designer languages will in all likelihood be Assembly-based languages
    -Average Assembly developers said to have 215+ IQ, such intelligence on Earth has only existed deep in Tibetan monasteries & Area 51
    -Ancient Indian scriptures tell of a divine language who will descend upon Earth and will bring an era of enlightenment and unprecedented technological progress with it
    -It powers Nanobot R&D labs around the world
    -You likely have Nanobots programmed with Assembly inside you right now
  • 2
    We stand on the shoulders of the giants that came before us.
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