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Tomasz Grysztar
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Alexey Lyashko has written a book about assembly programming that uses fasm as a primary tool: Mastering Assembly Programming. It is not aimed at beginners, but it is one of a very few books teaching assembly language with fasm, and I think it is worth acknowledging it here. I also took (a minor) part in publishing this book, serving as a technical reviewer.
Post 28 Oct 2017, 16:45
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Tomasz Grysztar
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BTW, if you know of any other books that reference/use fasm, please let me know. I have a copy of BIOS Disassembly Ninjutsu Uncovered that I received on fasmcon 2009, but these two are the only ones I have.
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congratulation, a new milestone, i suggest maybe an official link to that particular version of fasm that used inside the book,
Post 29 Oct 2017, 10:41
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Damn, here in Ukraine, eVersion takes 8.58EUR * 27UAH = 230UAH
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edfed



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i know one, i wrote it Wink remember Smile very cool to see fasm becoming a popular way to code. i hope it's philosophy will be joined by hll compilers. so bored by the c/c++/java/etc stuff...
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crsc



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Ordered the print + ebook. Thank you for the hint.
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I was originally unfamiliar with Packt as a publisher, but recently bought 2 or 3 of their books from Amazon, both on the Kindle. One was on Java 9, another on JUnit 5, both of which are relatively new subjects, especially for a book.

From what I've read through Packt so far, I would say their relevancy and the usefulness of their content is pretty good. I got a lot out of what I read and was able to use it on the job.

I looked through the Mastering Assembly book and it looked pretty cool too, plenty of mentions of FASM/its author.

I was just trying to get up to date with the books I read (already behind now that Java 10 is here), so I didn't mind that the Java books seemed a little 'hurried' in terms of their pacing. It would be interesting to see what the Assembly one reads like (on an older subject matter) and I'm sure I would learn a ton if I can understand everything (need to check table of contents).

This book publishing is good news!
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