Stephanie Tischler - 09/07/00 21:29:02
My name is Stephanie Tischler and I work for National Semiconductor in Colorado (we used to be part of Cyrix). Many of the engineers that work with me are very proficient at X86 programming, but since we have hired several new college graduates and others, there are a few in our group that need a refresher course (2-3 days) on X86 as they begin working on designing Information Appliances with an X86 core. I am a part of the CAD organization and I have set up many training classes for our site in the past...C, C++, etc. However, I have not been able to find a comany and/or person who specializes in teaching X86 to professionals in an accelerated forum. As I was doing some searching on the web, I came across your name several times and I thought you might be able to point me in the right direction. If you would be willing or if you know someone who could teach a short course for our engineers (about 10 people would attend the class), please let me know.
Jeremy Skoneczka - 08/24/00 03:27:06
Gene Bosche - 09/18/99 22:09:03
Hi Jim, Just thought I'd sign in and let you know how glad I am to see your page. Never could get a handle on Assembly, but I did find a good BASIC compiler a few years back, ZB32, from 32bit software. It's great for database and utility work, which is fine because I don't do much in the game and graphics area. Gene..
Leonardo Lara - 09/07/99 03:32:51
Thanks for your reply of my request. You have a great page.
Matt Brault - 07/28/99 04:33:55
I'm impressed! You've earned a place in my computer links section. http://scribers.midwest.net/brault1/comps/links.htm
Bill - 06/03/99 02:42:34
Jim, I just "browsed" your site. Wow is there a lot of good stuff. MY wife wants the PC now so I'll look at some of this in more detail later. God bless. Brother Bill B.