Name: [1836] Neil Dickson
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Description: Hi, I'm a performance optimization enthusiast with an interest for many sorts of tough challenges. I've started Code Cortex, a group working to make software performance easier to improve. My sites are: http://www.neildickson.com/ http://www.codecortex.com/ ...

Assembly Language Tutorial: Episode 0: Some Background [ID:850] (1/7)

in series: Assembly Language Tutorial

video tutorial by Neil Dickson, added 08/08

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This video introduces the tutorial and some basic concepts about the CPU and RAM before actually looking at any assembly language. It also explains what assembly language is and when one might want to use it.

It doesn't actually require much prior knowledge, but I would recommend that you have a decent grasp of C before delving into assembly. No special software is needed for this video.

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Really nice tutorials. Thank you


137. Larry B Thu, 14 Oct 2010 15:02

Lovely, time to watch your other videos.


Nice!


135. anushila Fri, 10 Sep 2010 20:14

nice video


134. Michael Fri, 03 Sep 2010 04:57

Really good video.


Good.

If give more text message, it is better.


132. Arun kumar Wed, 25 Aug 2010 00:23

Excellent video for a true beginner..


good I like knowing what goes under the hood


it is very helpfull, tanks


Uhm... Well this is the first video I've seen... And well... What I can say right away is that you should do something about your voice, drink some water or something. But aside that, it's pretty cool and I'm learning stuff already! Thanks!


Thank you Neil, extremely good tutorial. You really show that anything can be taught easily.


Excellent!!!


125. El1iP3S01D Mon, 26 Jul 2010 22:40

Could you please a make Video How-to Series on 64 bit Assembly Language and How to create a 64 bit Bootloader using 64 bit Assembly language..


wonderful! thanks!


123. Mollie Mc Manigal Fri, 11 Jun 2010 03:39

this video was well done.


122. Vipander Bhatti Tue, 01 Jun 2010 06:52

Great lecture.


Thanks for the excellent eplanation.


Thanks for the excellent eplanation.


Very concise, looking forwardto the other videos. Thanks


118. zia ur rehman Wed, 19 May 2010 02:20

it was quite informative and very hepling


117. Yun Shen Tue, 11 May 2010 08:45

Good tutorial! Concise but full of content! Helps me a lot! Thanks!


Nice tutorial keep it up.


i am looking for realy good video lessons,so to learn faster softwear programs,and i like this one.i am curious for the others, good job! :))


114. Anthony Rizzo Sun, 11 Apr 2010 09:41

Thank you Neil for taking the time to create these videos, I'm sure I will benefit from them! You are the man!


excellent


112. theoostar Sun, 21 Mar 2010 03:47

thanxs


111. Shubham Shukla Thu, 18 Mar 2010 20:36

Great beginning place for ASM tutorial. I am trying to get an understading of x86 ASM so that i have that power of coding at *that* lower level... The tutorial haas been very effective so far...

Thanks Neil.


Very interesting, thanks a lot!


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