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Ali.Z 18 Jul 2018, 03:05
why tomasz didnt make a book?
talking about asm using fasm, a book aimed for professional and experts. (maybe a basic overview for beginners and something little bit deeper for skilled programmers)
great title can be:
the beauty of the art of assembly.
by tomasz ..
Asm For Wise Humans
|18 Jul 2018, 03:05||
Tomasz Grysztar 18 Jul 2018, 08:38
There already is "The Art of Assembly Language" book, any similar title would look like imitation.
But the idea that I should write a book about assembly has been suggested to me numerous times. And recently, after taking part in the publishing process of a new book by Alexey Lyashko (I was the technical reviewer for it) I started considering this more seriously. Though I am generally more inclined to target the book at a bit wider audience than just professionals.
As a kind of practice, I translated a couple of my writings not even related to programming (you can find them in my Blog forum) and now I moved on to write a new series about the executable and object formats. This is underway, and turns out I have a lot to write about, it could as well end up as a book of its own.
|18 Jul 2018, 08:38||
Ali.Z 18 Jul 2018, 10:17
ill make sure to read contents of blog forum.
about executable and object formats true i voted up for .sys which is a PE. and PE might be more popular and file structure is discussed in many websites.
but i was thinking in ELF too, because is less popular and only linux experts have more info about this executable type.
Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
it could as well end up as a book of its own.
lets hope so, i would by a physical copy if it ended up like this.
|18 Jul 2018, 10:17||
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