Learning Assembly level programming in 2019 may seem ridiculous. It is hardly used anywhere except in the most rudimentary bootloader programs. Even bootloaders are not coded in C and then translated into assembly. But then if you are plan to truly understand how your code interacts with the system hardware – how memory is allocated … Continue reading Getting started with Assembly Level Coding – How to make your own Bootloader
Macbooks were my favorite systems when I was a kid. My preferences changed as I grew up. When I was in school, I was blessed to use the TVS Gold mechanical keyboards. Those were built like tanks. Much later, when I started working, I first saw IBM ThinkPads. These were some of the older systems. … Continue reading The Comprehensive Used ThinkPad Buyer’s Guide
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Google Chrome is my favorite browser. It loads fast, is simple to use and supports the latest web technologies. Unfortunately, it takes up a huge amount of both memory ALL the time it runs. It even takes up some when it is technically not running. The background processes persist (though you can safely disable or … Continue reading How to improve Google Chrome performance on any System
Everyone has their own blogging inspiration. The urge that brings them out to write stuff on the internet and post them for the world to read. For some it is just a hobby, for some there are financial requirements, for many it’s both. It is important to have one if you wish to succeed as … Continue reading Blogging Inspiration – What’s yours?