This is a thought I really considered for the first time after some experience here.
Luckily it is now settled as far as I understand it.
I also have to verify ethics myself, I know.
But I was really thinking, it's the usage of assembler that can make people very arrogant.
After a while you'd maintain a holographic programming style, the elegant relocation tables you implemented somehow spawn up their own universe, including these are of course populated by some weird ancestors who even if we can't always see it directly, have their own daily lives, and to some of us, it is like they are giving us signs, when you smoke some, they really even talk, and definitively there is a cool grove which is not part of the original BGM design here:
I really listened to it all over again for hours some day, and I can hear the same groove definitively which is not part of the original design.
Well arrogance, or is it having your own universe that makes sense perfectly just not everyone is automatically aware of it?
On the undesireable downend, and you may please forgive me my language usage, I only quote a web page that I saw years ago, there is something called "Assmebler". Yes not "Assembler", and I am not quite sure if this is a typo or indeed for some more weird coders out there it indeed is, or results in, "Assmebler".
Then recently I sometimes see assembler source, and I just think "NOOOO".
And I liked it, really, not only for MCU. I used it for years, and I wrote some large sources.
So my question (and topic) is, has usage of assembler corrupted the personality of some programmers to a point where they think what they do say make and be is totally eloquent, while others at time are pointing their finger towards their head, repeating it, and it's more kind of a knock knock joke thingy?
Are I am the only one affected?
Luckily I've pulled the plug, recently.
But I am not only adding Arduino skills and circuits and programs to my inventory, also Freescale seriously is considered.
I'd have to use assembler as we know it sometimes, I want to be able to use it, yes, but I don't want to use it the way I did anymore.
Without it, would it be better? The Windows world largely has decided so.
I think it can help a lot to see programming tasks from a different point of view aka the machine is the rule, not the compiler syntax, let's talk assembler to the compiler
Until yesterday I never spent time maintaining the idea that using assembler leads to corruption and a high level of arrogance.
I hope I have not offended peopole with my thought here I write as fast as I can and that's that and it is true for me and it makes sense I am not a bot. Yes I really bought an Arduino. You don't see any particular "interface controller" mentioned here in the post or do you? I don't even know if this association is true or has anything to do with reality.
By the way at first when I started with WoW I did choose Alliance, and I can remember my track to a large degree. Then I stopped for a year or even more, got some free game time, and because I was so bored already, well you know what happened. Is it weird I feel a lot better over there? Well what is weird I stopped playing again for more than a month, did not keep record of the exact date then had the feeling I wanted to play some more, about one hour or maybe two, I get the notification "your game time will expire in 30 minutes". That's so weird I could have used it during a timespan more than a month but I didn't, apparently, and now I am upset about the wasted funds.