Write Faster Code

I was scanning weblogs trying to find information on Whidbey and Longhorn and ran accross a cool article titled “Why Learning Assembler Language Is Still a Good Idea“ (not sure how I got there now). But basically, the idea behind this article was to convice people to know what their code is doing. The article simply reminds us to write good code, and don't take shortcuts that were learned along the way. The best practice is to understand the compilers end result of the code you write (C++ = Assembly / .NET = IL / Etc...). This will help you better understand and know what the end result emits. Just thinking...

Print | posted on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 4:17 PM