A free online book about -- guess what -- the art of assembly
language programming. This book concentrates on the Intel x86 architecture,
but concepts can be applied to any processor. It also uses Intel syntax
assembly, which is found in several popular assemblers.
As the topic suggests, it's a list of Frequently Asked Questions about
C++. Includes lots of stuff about C++'s object-oriented features that might
hassle programmers coming from C. Also a good link for CS 370 students.
Thanks to Venkat Narayanan for pointing it out!
Leftover notes and sample code from Professor Larson's MCS 294 from
Spring 1999, also known as "Introduction to Programming Using Java." It
was a survey course designed as a programming primer, using Java rather
than the usual C or C++. Bring your favorite PostScript viewer (like GhostView)
and check out Professor Larson's "Java in Two Pages" and other classics.