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    Thumbs up Starting points for all programmers!

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    The thread is a huge collection of sites and it is useful for all programmers.
    Instead of using search engines WOW here is the right place for you!



    Notes to posters
    Inform for any broken link because it is impossible to monitor anything!
    Please post only links and you should describe them.
    The thread is not for discussion and programming support!
    Don't forget to include manufacture's name and website.
    Moreover to post sites about Linux programming platforms!
    Last edited by MrSeanKon; 12-02-2012 at 07:00 AM.

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    For Assembly, I think you forgot the MASM forum, perhaps the first place to start with Win32 Assembly: http://www.masm32.com/board/index.php

    And one of the best current Assembler IDEs is WinASM Studio: http://www.winasm.net/forum/

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    I'd add www.w3schools.com to Web Services. I learnt everything I know from there.
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    http://techcheatsheets.com/ is a good site for reference/cheat sheets on most programming languages. Handy for getting back up to speed on things you may have forgotten or need to commit to memory, like regular expressions.



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    Sorry for my late response (after 1.5+ year) the thread has beens updated. I removed some out of date links also.

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    good, all above are useful.
    thans for your share.

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    ASM stuff

    FASM forum:
    http://board.flatassembler.net/

    Otherwise just look up what you need when you need it.

    For starting out I recommend looking up debug tut's and learning that way, so you can see your results, you'll have to learn how to play with math 1st.

    Then ports.
    Then learn mem addressing and how to access or write to mem.
    Then you learn interrupts.

    I recommend you download "Ralf Brown's Interrupt List" and that will help, keep it to the side because one day it will help.
    It's not perfect but it has alot of info in it.

    If you're gonna program in asm, I can only recommend 2 assemblers, and that would be nasmx and fasm.
    The others aren't worth your time.
    The only other assembler worth anything at all would be a386, I wouldn't bother with it though, fasm wins on all accounts.


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    Can we get an updated list!? As most of these links are dead .. cheers

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    A set of videos to share with new programmers to help illustrate the more important techniques of software design.

    http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrica...ideo-lectures/

    Was thinking of adding a paper on abstract assembly but I don't know if it fits the scope of this post.
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    PHP character encoding

    I have quite a way to go before I become a master at php, character encoding is a particular tricky area for me. Perhaps I have some kind of mental block being an English man without any other language skills.

    I found this site very useful: http://www.phpwact.org/php/i18n/charsets
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny87au View Post
    As most of these links are dead .. cheers
    I removed many of them. But any poster should inform me

    Quote Originally Posted by hecktic View Post
    some useful links to add:
    Thanks for your effort but your post was "big"; I mean you posted many different links, so it is a very hard procedure to add and sort all of hem (some are broken).
    But the must have link in my opinion is for free books, I added it!
    Last edited by MrSeanKon; 12-02-2012 at 08:03 AM.

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    Its been years since I have ventured into this forum. Great post though! Some of the resources were known to me but now I can add a few others,

    Quote Originally Posted by freecableguy
    I'll come blow on your heatsink for a dollar. Thats pretty ghetto
    Quote Originally Posted by Xeon th MG Pony
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    Also you can go to www.planetsourcecode.com

    They have tons of tutorials and code that folks have posted that works great for examples.

    Quote Originally Posted by freecableguy
    I'll come blow on your heatsink for a dollar. Thats pretty ghetto
    Quote Originally Posted by Xeon th MG Pony
    sorry to sound harsh but so would you if some one asked if nitroglycerin was a good coolant for his car!
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