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[Download] x86 Assembly Programming From Ground Up™

Build over 50 Assembly Programs - x86 Instruction Set, SIMD, Image Processing Algorithms, DSP Routines, MMX, SSE, AVX

Build over 50 Assembly Programs - x86 Instruction Set, SIMD, Image Processing Algorithms, DSP Routines, MMX, SSE, AVX

What you'll learn

  • Master the x86 Core Instruction Set
  • Understand the coding differences between x86-32 and x86 -64
  • Master the x86 MMX Extension Instruction Set
  • Master the x86 Streaming SIMD Extension (SSE) Instruction Set
  • Master the x86 Advanced Vector Extension (AVX ) Instruction Set
  • Develop Complex Image Processing Algorithms in x86 Assembly
  • Develop Complex Mahtematical Algorithms in x86 Assembly
  • Be able to understand and apply the IEEE- 754 Floating point standard
  • Be able to create Lookup Tables and Jump Tables in x86 Assembly
  • Be able to Write Robust Mixed C/C++ and x86 Assembly Code
  • Master the MASM Assembler Syntax

Requirements

  • No programming experience needed - I'll teach you everything you need to know
  • No paid software required - all assembly programs will be created in Microsoft Visual Studio
  • I'll walk you through, step-by-step how download and install Microsoft Visual Studio

Description

Welcome to the x86 Assembly Programming From Ground Up™  course.

Covering x86 Processor History , Architecture and Practical Assembly Programming,  this is the most comprehensive x86 assembly course online.

I'll take you step-by-step through engaging and fun video tutorials and teach you everything you need to know to succeed as an x86 developer.

By the end of this course you will master  the x86 Core Instruction Set, the x86 MMX Extension Instruction Set, the x86 Streaming SIMD Extension (SSE) Instruction Set and the x86 Advanced Vector Extension (AVX ) Instruction Set. You will be able to develop complex Image Processing Algorithms in x86 Assembly. You will be able to develop complex mathematical algorithms in x86 assembly .You will also be able to write robust programs that mix C++ and x86 Assembly files.

Furthermore, you will master every day  things like navigating arrays, computing the statistical properties of an array such as computing the mean and standard deviation of each row  and column. All of this written in assembly language. There is so much more. Please take a look at the full course curriculum.

REMEMBER : I have no doubt you will love this course. Also it comes with a  FULL money back guarantee for 30 days!  So put simply, you really have nothing to loose and everything to gain.

Sign up and lets start writing some low level code.

Who this course is for:

  • If you are an absolute beginner to assembly programming, then take this course.
  • If you are a seasoned programmer, then take this course to to get up to speed with the x86 architecture and assembly programming
  • If you are switching from other architectures such ARM to x86 then this is a fast-track way of doing it. You can get started straight away with the x86 Instruction Set.

(Download) - Assembly Language Adventures: Complete Course


Learn the language of your computer

What you'll learn

  • Learn to code on the x86 Architecture using Assembly Language
  • Gain solid understanding about low level concepts.
  • Understand how your computer works
  • Become a tough person

Requirements

  • No prior knowledge is assumed!

Description

Learn Assembly Language 

The x86 Adventures series teaches you your computer's  language - x86 Assembly language, from scratch. No prior knowledge is assumed. 



[Complete Course] 

This is the full collection of x86 Assembly Adventures. It covers everything from the real basics to being an independent (and tough) x86 Assembly programmer. 



Main topics covered: 

  • The Binary System
  • The x86 Architecture
  • Intro to Flat Assembler
  • Branching
  • Signed and Bitwise Operations
  • Memory
  • Strings
  • Subroutines and the Stack
  • Reading the Manuals
  • Debugging
  • Dealing with Windows API



Why learn x86 Assembly Language?   

You are the kind of person who really likes to know how things work. In this course you are going to get solid understanding on how   computer programs work from the inside.

Become a better programmer - Knowing how things work down there will help you take better decisions, even as a high level programmer. If you  were always wondering what is the stack, or what are those pointers everyone talks about, you came to the right place.

Write faster code - When you really want to get the most of your processor, writing in raw Assembly is needed. We are not going to talk    about optimizations in this course, however you will get a solid foundations so that you can continue exploring on your own.

You want to become a reverse engineer or a security researcher, read the code of viruses or look for software vulnerabilities. As most of    the time the original source code will not be available to you, solid understanding of x86 Assembly Language is mandatory.



Course structure 

The course is made of video lectures. A lecture could be  from a  presentation, or a real world example, showing me doing stuff at the computer.  Almost every video lecture is accompanied by some kind of exercise. The exercises are open source, and you can get them from github.

It is crucial that you complete the exercises. You will  learn a lot from the lectures, but it is pretty much a waste of your time and  money if you don't do the exercises. (Or at least verify that  you know how to do them, if you are more experienced). 



Course tech stack 

No prior knowledge is assumed for this course, but I do assume some things regarding your system, so make sure that everything here describes you:

  • You are using a Windows operation system. (The course videos use Windows 7). It is recommended to use at least Windows XP. (This means it will work perfectly on Windows 7 and Windows 10).
  • You have an x86 processor. We study 32 bit x86, but this course will also work on 64 bit processors.
  • For the tech savvy, some more details about the tools we are going to use in this course: 
  • Assembly flavor: x86 32 bits protected mode.
  • Assembler: The Flat Assembler (FASM)
  • Debugger: WinDbg.

Using Linux? Most of the exercises were ported to Linux, however the videos show me using windows 7. Please contact me if you are not sure. 

Who this course is for:

  • Absolute beginners
  • Experienced programmers
  • People who really want to know how things work
  • Programmers who want to improve their skills
  • Programmers who want to write faster code
  • Anyone who wants to get into the reverse engineering or security industry