how old are you,and how long does you use asm to program.
Posted on 2003-08-22 00:41:19 by tomorrow
16 (*soon* 17... :)), I started a few years ago (don't remeber exactly when - but now it feels like I've known if for a much longer time )
Posted on 2003-08-22 09:34:29 by scientica
15 years (3 more months to 16). Started coding when I was 12 or 13. While surfing the net, I found At that time I was doing some windows programming with C, so the learning of asm was not that difficult. That was about 1~2 years back. (I think)
Posted on 2003-08-22 09:51:00 by roticv
I'm 22. Started on DOS Asm (A86 back then) while still in high school, I don't remember exactly when but I think I was 16. I've been coding in Windows with MASM32 for a year now.
Posted on 2003-08-22 10:32:44 by QvasiModo
i'm 17 here. i started coding 3 years ago - and that's what life wants me to :), i'm just good at it. i tought myself C and got to VC++ soon. but i wanted to go lower, wanted to know what's behind that c++-lines and found asm a year ago. i'm glad that i have skipped the dos-asm-thingy... in february i started the biggest project ever - TheBlueProject, my operating system.
soon my holiday's are over and i'll got to go to school again, but that's not that bad since we're going to code some things on the SBC3, a single board controller (computer) with a good old 8 bit 8051.
that's my story till now :).

but man, you're asking much questions here, how old are you? could you tell about yourself too?
Posted on 2003-08-22 13:52:51 by hartyl
20 yrs...been doing asm for 2 yrs, masm32 for 1...coding since i was 16
Posted on 2003-08-23 14:36:08 by AnotherWay83
"How, how old r u, where is your father.." I was just listening to a club-dance song, named like the thread when I saw it :P
Anyway, I'm 19 , and I started coding on my 17th birthday, first started Pascal & Basic, then dhtml , then .. long route to asm :)
Posted on 2003-08-23 15:24:00 by Ultrano
I'm 19, 20 next month.. Have been programming since a long time ago but used assembly since I was 15.

Posted on 2003-08-23 16:04:40 by Thomas
i am 36 going on 37 soon
Posted on 2003-08-23 18:35:00 by BogdanOntanu
30, with 21 years programming, and 16 years machinecoding and asm.
Posted on 2003-08-23 21:37:39 by Homer
sounds like the song from B.Adams " Eighteen till I die " :grin:
Whether I need plus 10+ or 20+ to all of yours ???

BTW "18 till I die" so tomorrow, next month next years ... I always 18 ;)
Posted on 2003-08-24 00:56:40 by dreamweaver
I have 20 years.

Before I make my first programm I have 6 months of algorithms and diagramation techniques plus 2 1/2 years programming (now) first pascal, then C and a lot of others, now i am learning a little asm ;), I like more, hey I understand now very good what are the programs, structs/unions, while and others constructions, I see for what asm byte codes need a virtual machine (bytecodes not equal to opcodes but are near, virtual machine is not my machine),.. etc.

Nice day.
Posted on 2003-08-24 10:47:31 by rea
16 years ,programming in QBasic when I was 8 or 9 on my Intel 80386SX (with a highend 1MB Trident video card ;) ). Going to 17 in about a month. The first microprocessor I learned about was the Zilog Z-80, then did a rather painless transition to x86 (this was when I was 12 or 13). So I've been doing ASM for close to 5 years now.
Posted on 2003-08-24 10:50:37 by x86asm