Mel Gorman, Fri, Feb 06, 2004 at 09:13:13AM +0000:
> It isn't no, not in Limerick anyway albeit it's light training. Back in my
> day (get off my lawn you dirty kids), it was 8086 assembler. Later, it was
> digital alpha assembler. I'm not sure what it is now but it's still there.
For me (Università degli Studi di Milano - Corso di Laurea in
Informatica, aka Milan University, CS degree, 1995/96), it was MIPS R2000
assembler, on the SPIM emulator. Not bad. It was the second course
specifically in CS (not maths, not physics). Heard they unified it with
the first one (wich was substantially Pascal) and the kids are now doing
it all with Java. Urgh...
pbm - "oh this rain it will continue till the morning as I'm listening
- to the bells of the cathedral - I am thinking of your voice"
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