Get yourself trained on Complete x86 Assembly with this Online Training Complete x86 Assembly Programming 120+ Practical Exercises.
Online Training Complete x86 Assembly Programming 120+ Practical Exercises
The most effective course to learn the X86 assembly language through focusing on the practical side and exercises in a funny way will make you learn quickly and easily, as well as a Udemy certificate that you can add to your CV with confidence.In this course we will take you from zero to the professionalism acquiring the basic skills and principles of the language with the deep & right understanding.Are You:An absolute beginner and you have no idea about programming.Beginner and you have a little programming experience.Expert and you have a long experience in programming.And you want to learn x86 assembly language? You’re in the right place !!!Are you interested in :Hardware DevelopingSoftware DevelopingReversing IngeneeringData SecurityEthical HackingNetworkingOperating Systems DebuggingOther processor’s Assembly LanguageOthersStudent in the University And you want to learn Assembly Language either you want to be an expert in your specialty or for other reasons You are in the right place !!! Complete x86 Assembly Programming 120+ Practical Exercises is the best course on udemy to learn x86 Assembly Language.136+ non-boring lectures ( 4 min avg time ): well explained, short, detailed, focus on the principals No need to re-view any lectures ( get it from the first time ):Every lecture has its downloadable resources Every lecture followed by QUIZ to practice more11+ Assignments to examine your skills Big amount of exercises In the end of this course you will acquire this skills:You will learn x86 Assembly Language From scratch either if you don’t know anything about programmingThe different counting systems and how to Convert between themSome mathematical skills Data representation “How to represent numbers,chars ….etc” in a computerThe general computer architectureThe micro-architecture of intel 8086 processorThe core instructions of intel 8086 processor (MOV, XCHG, ADD, SUB, MUL, DIV, CMSB…etc)Different Data Types and structures (numbers, chars, strings, arrays, …. etc) How to plan and build an algorithm to solve problems How to write an assembly program & How to use 8086emu for thatBe able to write from a simple to complicated assembly programMore than 50 example will make your understanding deeperBe able to understand what’s going on behind the sceneAnd more…
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