So uhhh... I may suddenly have a need for x64 assembly skills...
I've never done any assembly programming - what's the fastest learning path I can take?
@khalladay Convert some small C functions to inline ASM, start with really simple ones and grow from there.
@khalladay disassemble really small programs and step through. Then write some inline bits and grow from there.
@khalladay Mee too, I wish my company would allocate some time for me to do that.
@khalladay it is not a big learning step if you know x86
@bartwe if only I had the luxury of having ever done any assembly language programming before XD
Luckily the free "Reverse Engineering For Beginners" seems like a gentle enough introduction for me :)
@khalladay I've done a bunch of it, what do you need it for ?
@bartwe We've got some assembly code in house that might be of interest to my attempts at getting a memory tracking system online,
the problem is both that I don't read x64, and would eventually need to convert it to ARM64, (and then maintain it), so I'm mostly just looking to figure out how fast I can crash course into assembly and be useful with it.
@khalladay let me know if you need some pointers
@bartwe will do, thanks!
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