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Agent Zhang (章亦春) is a happy Yahoo! China guy who loves Perl more than anything else.

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Friday May 13, 2005
07:12 AM

Keeping Journals and Compiling Summaries for Textbooks

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I try to keep writing journals with the aim of getting more and more people interested in what I am doing. Unfortunately, I often find myself too busy to summarize one day's work. It really puts me to shame that Autrijus Tang seldom skips any journals though he currently has his hands full in Pugs' development.

It should be mentioned that Clover asked for the address of my journals the other night. I was feeling honored and happily provided the URL.

Life becomes less insane since I released Thief 0.03 and made the decision to compile comprehensible summaries for the textbook "Computer Organization" a few days ago. Yeah, it requires a lot of effort and great patience because a wide variety of principles and techniques need to be memorized. Anyway, I believe it's worth my while.

I had a plan to learn how to program with Pentium instructions and old 8086 assembly language by virtue of Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM). This may be the first step towards the splendid milestone of writing an operating system of my own!

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  • I've tried to even understand a bit of what you're saying, and keep missing the mark.

    Getting other's involved first starts by establishing a background context and realm of terminologies. You're starting somewhere in the middle. No joy.

    --
    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge