Currently, I am working on developing a much more drawn out material relating to Assembly language development. This includes adding more links as I come across them on top of worked examples. In the worked examples, I want to talk a bit about the logic behind the optimizations in the instructions, which makes it easier to move the same ideas across different architectures / assemblers. I am pretty busy working a job and writing assembly, with a bit of Rust, in my spare time so the execution of this vision may take a while.
Aside from Assembly, I am also working on a guestbook functionality--but to maintain the security of this website. I want to handle the sanitization properly of forms as well as implement some basic filters. Ideally, I would like to make it possible for users to submit emoji's in some fields by using the HTML hex codes, &#xXXXX;, but I also want to make sure it cannot be abused.
Welcome to my website! This site is pure HTML + CSS at the time of writing. My Assembly page is currently used to hold links, but I hope to start giving some overviews to projects that I am working on. As in my about section, I am a Ukrainian-American pursuing an undergraduate degree in Physics and Mathematics and I am a completely self-taught programmer (and mostly self-taught circuits).