I just wonder if there exists better (i.e. faster?) way to get the next power of 2 for a given number than the following one (maybe some better sort of "bit-twiddling" hack is possible?) ... static ...
I currently work as a .net developer and have coming up to 3 years experience in the industry as well as a degree in computer science specifically software engineering (I know that means nothing but ...
I am taking an introductory course on python and the instructor says that python is a high level language and C and C++ are low level languages. It's just damn confusing. I thought that C, C++, ...
I have some innocent/beginner questions: What is reverse engineering good for? As a programmer, should I learn the art of reverse engineering? What are the benefits to a programmer who is ...
I'm currently studying engineering in Telecommunications and Electronics and we have migrated from assembler to C in microprocessor programming. I have doubts that this is a good idea. What are some ...
So First of all, I did Graduate from a University with a B.S. in Computer Science, and while I feel I got a multitude of programming experience.....I really missed out on the SUPER low level stuff. I ...
There are many security risks coming from having close contact to the hardware as opposed to using well-tested and proved APIs from high level programming languages. It is much easier to cause a ...
For years I have considered digging into what I consider "low level" languages. For me this means C and assembly. However I had no time for this yet, nor has it EVER been neccessary. Now because I ...