On Fri, 2004-02-06 at 00:31, Niall O Broin wrote:
> I was shocked at the idea of CS students NOT learning assembly language.
>> Don't they do that any more ? Does a computer science course now consist
> solely of Microsoft training modules ?
I'm in year 2 of a computer science course at the University of Ulster.
Our modules look like this:
We didn't have a module on assembly language, but it was taught over the
course of maybe 2 weeks in a Computer Hardware & Organisation class. We
used a 6502 emulator in practicals for about 3 weeks. I would have liked
to have had a whole module on it, but we're not even having one class on
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