This community started in the late 90's in order to distribute and discuss information related to Assembly Language programming. Our earliest efforts were in supporting Win32ASM, MASM and MASM32 programming. Over the years, we have transitioned to a more general x86 Assembly Language programming focus.
The content and membership of ASM Community also supports various projects, with a history of having incubated two major projects that have spun-off into their own communities. The amount of participation has varied over the years, but you will find the Assembly Language information base here to be invaluable. With many forum posts, your chances of finding what you need are excellent.
We hope to be around for years to come in order to provide you with a place to learn, discuss and find information on assembly language programming.