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We notice that a low level curiosity was there and it helps a lot to understand how Intel processors work, if one is interest in reverse engineering, compiler design, code optimization or OS design.
  
<br>We notice that a low level curiosity was there and it helps a lot to understand how Intel processors work, if one is interest in reverse engineering, compiler design, code optimization or OS design.<br>
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I suggest we plan another afternoon/evening working in the low level computing mechanisms of the Intel processors, understanding the Intel architecture and talking about the x86 assembly language.
  
<br>I suggest we plan another afternoon/evening working in the low level computing mechanisms of the Intel processors, understanding the Intel architecture and talking about the x86 assembly language.<br>
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I expect a lot of fun and... that we are all able to understand at least the 20 most common x86 instructions.
 
 
<br>I expect a lot of fun and... that we are all able to understand at least the 20 most common x86 instructions.<br>
 
  
 
== Participants (please register!) ==
 
== Participants (please register!) ==

Revision as of 16:30, 20 February 2017


Assembly x86
Low low low , we are getting really low!
Art Workshop
Datum 2017-02-20
Start 18:00
Host barbieauglendx
Assembly x86 alpha
Intel chip.png
Low low low , we are getting really low!
Ort Chaosdorf
Beteiligt barbieauglendx

We notice that a low level curiosity was there and it helps a lot to understand how Intel processors work, if one is interest in reverse engineering, compiler design, code optimization or OS design.

I suggest we plan another afternoon/evening working in the low level computing mechanisms of the Intel processors, understanding the Intel architecture and talking about the x86 assembly language.

I expect a lot of fun and... that we are all able to understand at least the 20 most common x86 instructions.

Participants (please register!)