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(@carlaelisafischer)

1 Day 22 Hours Ago

You don't need a computer to program: Case study with pen and paper in the morning light of Sunday, 16. September 2018, right after breakfast. (* Osborne's classic was my morning lecture only. The study was about a multibyte shift used in a number conversion routine that is part of two bigger projects, xmon87, an FPU monitor, and as, my simple assembler; but multibyte operations are always useful. *) . Picture 3 shows the outcome, from top to bottom, right to left. This is not exactly how it will be implemented but it does show a way with all wrong assumptions and incomplete instruction sequences. Programming with pen and paper helps me to prevent ad-hoc coding, something that leads away from the design phase to finish before implementation can start. It assists me in trying out things immediately, sketch ideas, and lets me look, for a short time, at the project from inside the mechanism I build, by that complementing the usual bird's-eye perspective kept during design. I can concentrate on one little part, which is very enjoyable, and forget, for a while, the complexity of the whole. Also, I can check certain parts of my design in a very early phase of the project. In fact, I even start the actual coding phase with lead pencil, rubber, and paper and fire up the computer at a very late time. Then, while typing the paper version of my software into the computer, I correct and optimise the program text on-the-fly, and finally edit the electronic version until the program is to my very liking. Books evolve in the very same way; and so each of my programs too have a (true) manuscript. :) . If you want your software to be a new form of literature, you must treat it as such. . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #authoress #systemprogrammer #codess #codewriting #assemblyprogrammer #womenintech #womenwhocode #writing #coding #schriftstellerin #softwareentwicklung #softwaredevelopment #designfirstthencode #softwaredesign #softwareisthenewliterature

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-01-04 13:22:53

Never underestimate the power of words. Name things right to get to their real nature. Programmers who let bugs creep into their work need fight a bizarre form of infestation. Those just making errors only need to detect and correct them. 😉 . # . Unterschätzt niemals die Macht der Worte. Benennt Dinge bei ihrem wahren Namen, um zu ihrem Kern vorzudringen. Programmierer, die Bugs in ihre Arbeit kriechen lassen, haben sich mit einer bizarren Form von Schädlingsbefall herumzuschlagen. Jene, die nur Fehler begehen, brauchen sie nur zu finden und zu korrigieren. 😉 . # . #carlafischer #authoress #systemprogrammiererin #systemprogrammer #autorin #programmer #programmerslife #coding #debug #debugging #programmieren #programming #programwriting #writingcode #codewriting #programmingisfun #programminghumor #bugfix #bugfixing #programmingtips #assemblyprogramming #assemblyprogrammer #softwareengineering #programmentwicklung

(@carlaelisafischer)

23 Days 17 Hours Ago

BinaryWorkBench.Magazine[Introduction][8]: Bon voyage, little baby! :) Picture of the last free copies that will leave me tomorrow, making their way to five new avid readers. Hopefully, they will like my work and circle back with me when the next issue of the magazine is out. . This is the last of the introductory posts circling around the international edition of my BWB.Magazine, and international it is: I sent copies to Hong Kong, Chile, the USA, Canada, the UK, Norway, Estonia, Turkey, Iran, India, Indonesia, Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. Wow, thank you all for so much interest! I hope the list will continue so the magazine will be read all over the world but this start simply is amazing! . Also, thank you @patialashahi31, @lipstickandcodes.girl, @coding.misslild, and @omgshecodes for your lovely posts on the event of your copies' arrival at your doorstep. Wonderful, so much support! You cannot really estimate the very depth of my appreciation! <3 <3 . I have presented the magazine in extenso for you to get an insight into this first issue and the publication's structure. Now it is your turn: What topics would you like to see discussed by articles in forthcoming issues of the BWB.Magazine? What problems would you like to see solved? What information would you like me to deliver you cannot find elsewhere? I have a treasure chest of 20+ years of practical experience in the industry for you to open: Pick what you want to have! . List whatever you are interested in; tag your friends to point them here so that I get as much input as possible! . Let me know in the comments. And comment like crazy! :D . # . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #schriftstellerin #authoress #systemprogrammer #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #softwareengineering #softwaredeveloper #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #programminglanguage #writing #coding #codewriting #programmingmagazine #bwbmagazine #binaryworkbench #bwbmagazin #binärwerkbankmagazin #publisher #publicist #publizistin

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-08-17 16:23:09

BinaryWorkBench.Magazine[Introduction][6]: Look into a package of 50 fresh copies of my new magazine's first issue. I need to sell 10 such packages of every issue to break free, circa 200h(ex), 512d(ecimal), copies: Professional freedom! — But not yet. And on this note, we slowly reach the end of the introductory series on the certainly most weird magazine in the vast universe of informatics. :D . (* Like to read it now? My giveaway event is still up and 2 of 16 free copies are left. DM me if you like one. Go, go, go! :D *) . What is the rationale behind this figure? Metastability! He? Well, the world of economy ticks in binary, you are a 0 or a 1. The publishing business shows this nicely: Here you can row your boat through literary crap and yet fling yourself into a private fortune 850M Euro worth almost overnight or produce a masterpiece and slowly drown in nothingness for a lifetime. Anyway, success is like a flip-flop, it has a metastable state, also. In this state, it is neither 1 nor 0 but indeterminate. This is what I am after. . My professional state becomes metastable when I achieve enough sales to keep my business running and support myself. Mapped onto the BWB.Magazine alone (German and English editions) this would mean approximately 500 sold copies per issue at a frequency of 4 issues per year, yielding a low-level income of ~12K Euro for me. Other software engineers with 20+ years of professional experience may laugh out loud now. I do not. So 200h true readers the first milestone shall read. Thinking of becoming one of them? . Make it so! ;) . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #authoress #systemprogrammer #codess #publizistin #softwaredevelopment #assemblyprogrammer #womenintech #womenwhocode #writing #coding #codewriting #programmingmagazine #bwbmagazine #binaryworkbench #bwbmagazin #binärwerkbankmagazin #publisher

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-08-10 16:57:04

BinaryWorkBench.Magazine[Introduction][5]: Welcome back to the introduction to the new star rising in the sky of computer magazines! Next we will look back in time, 16/32-bit protected mode wise, and open the periodical's third part: OS/2 LabNotes. . (* Want a copy? My giveaway event is still running, 2 of 16 free copies are left! Go back to the post BWB.Magazine[Intro][2] and get one of them before the stack is empty! Or order your copy at leisure thus supporting my work: (1) Tap link in bio; (2) on the landing page, head on to either my desktop or mobile site; (3) there tap on ”Get your copy!“ *) . Why OS/2? To me, it is an ideal system to study interprocess communication schemes and protocls, advanced I/O, user interface design, graphics subsystems, and many other technologies. OS/2 is an excellent example for a thoughtfully, stable, and well-architected protected mode operating system for the PC. It is a wonderful digital playground. Three articles open the OS/2 LabNotes: . 1. Preparing a Minimal Software Development Environment for OS/2 — On how to set up a plain and simple environment to program on a sophisticated operating sytem, only using the command line, a text editor, macroassembler, and linker. . 2. Principal Structure of OS/2 Programs at the Assembly Language Level — A praxis-oriented description of the anatomy of 16-bit and 32-bit protected mode programs. . 3. A Simple OS/2 Skeleton Program — How to make compact applications by means of defining high-level language statements with assembly macros. . Starting with a bare system and a few simple tools, I show how a multiprogrammed multiprocess runtime and development environment can be prototyped for later use on a new platform. I demonstrate this at the lowest possible level, not through the shutters of a high-level language, so to maximize the educational value of each development step. . You shouldn't miss this! ;) . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #authoress #systemprogrammer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #writing #coding #codewriting #programmingmagazine #bwbmagazine #binaryworkbench #bwbmagazin #os2 #ibmos2 #lowlevelprogramming

(@csharp.net_dev)

2018-08-07 12:04:07

#article قراردادهای برنامه‌نویسی اهداف زیر را دنبال می‌کنند: آن‌ها نگاهی پایدار به کد ایجاد می‌کنند، تا خوانندگان بتوانند بر روی محتوا، نه طرح‌بندی، تمرکز کنند. آن‌ها خوانندگان را قادر می‌سازند تا با ساختن فرضیاتی بر پایه تجربه قبلی، کد را سریع‌تر درک کنند. آن‌ها کپی، تغییر و نگهداری کد را آسان می‌سازند. آن‌ها بهترین شیوه‌های #c را نشان می‌دهند. منبع: سایت تخصصی برنامه نویسان #programming #softwareengineer #developer #csharp #codewriting #computer

(@nightwalker2600)

2018-08-04 23:55:29

Knowledge is power! It may take some time but the information is at your fingertips. All you have too do is look. #freeinformation #hacktheplanet #codewriting #knowledgeispower #computer #hacker #fuckthegovernment

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-08-04 14:54:58

BinaryWorkBench.Magazine[Introduction][3]: Here we go again and take the next look inside my new magazine, and by that at the second of its four parts: μProSA. . (* Enough of preludes? Get the real thing! At the time of this writing, there are 4 copies of my free contingent left. Refer to the previous post how to get one of them at absolutely no charge. Go, go, go! :D Or tap or click link in bio and head on to the magazine's site to order a copy at leisure. ;D *) . μProSA is an acronym for MicroProgrammable System Architecture, my main (not yet officially introduced) R&D project and one of the very motivations behind this magazine: The realization of a royalty and patent-free, open, simple, robust, and fully documented microprogrammable embedded system architecture, all created from scratch. μProSA definitely drives all my doing, hence there is a whole section of the magazine dedicated to it. In this first issue, there was only room for one article: . 1. Principal States and State Transitions of Objects: A concise article on true objects in object-based runtime environments, what processing states they can enter and how they traverse them. . The pictures give some insights into the μProSA part. (* Notice how nicely the figures came out! :) Awww, I love the combination of technology making and book publishing. <3 *) Indeed, besides their general educational value, articles as this one are a great aid in developing exacting projects such as μProSA; while the magazine allows me to give you insights into the development processes so you can watch the creation of the system architecture from its very beginnings. If you are a geek like me, you might agree that this is more exciting than sci-fi of the finest grade. . Right? :D . # . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #authoress #systemprogrammer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #writing #coding #codewriting #programmingmagazine #bwbmagazine #binaryworkbench #bwbmagazin #binärwerkbankmagazin #μprosa #publisher #objectorientedprogramming #systemarchitecture #softwaredevelopment #softwaredesign

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-08-02 10:56:28

BinaryWorkBench.Magazine[Introduction][2]: Hey, here I am again! How are you, folks? :) Let's start this post with good news: It's giveaway time!! Yes, you get a gift! :) . (* I had to take a break from promoting my lovely new publication for nasty work I had to do first. At least, I can now resume working on my own projects. So here we go! *) . The nicely twisted stack of copies of my BWB.Magazine you see here is 10H elements deep and each of its entries waits to be sent to a new enthusiastic reader. You would like to have such a free copy? Here is how you POP yours off the stack: . 1. Unleash something lovely in the comments, whatever you like. . 2. Send me a DM here {or a message through my site (link in bio)} with your name and complete shipping address. . 3. Wait 3 to 7 days (depending on destination) for your free copy to arrive at your door. . That's all! I send one of these free 16 copies to you, post-free by priority mail, of course, wherever you are. Absolutely no cost are involved. I keep your data confidential, do not share it; use it only once to send your copy to you, then delete it. What do you say? . Is there a better way to start a love affair with the new magazine than receiving a free copy? . Go, get it! :D . (* Copies are sent in FIFO order of requests while my supplies lasts. So hurry up! If you want me to sign your copy, let me know in your message. *) . # . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #autorenaufinstagram #schriftstellerin #authoress #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenwhocodeinassembly #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #assemblerprogrammierer #programmiererin #writing #coding #codewriting #programmingmagazine #bwbmagazine #binaryworkbench #bwbmagazin #binärwerkbank #freecopies

(@christofairmont)

2018-08-01 02:11:43

😂✌️ #codewriting #techsupport #programmerlife

(@daisy2sox)

2018-07-07 01:40:28

Representation of a cigarette lighter. Ink on Paper 22”x30” #inkonpaper #blackink #markmaking #stonehenge #cigarettelighter #codewriting

(@psience.ee)

2018-07-06 05:56:11

Eelmisel nädalal saatsime Laura järgmistele väljakutsetele vastu astuma 👋 Uuringute kõrval oli tema süda juba pikka aega koodikirjutamise suunas kutsunud ja siit see vapper samm tuligi! Meie poolt sai sedapuhku talle üle antud Psience Raudvara tunnustus 💿 #newchallenges #it #codewriting #developer #goodbeye

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-07-05 16:09:43

The setting sun sheds the last rays of daylight onto the corner of one of the book shelves in my atelier and the Pascal vampiress awakes to her sensing of the light's glow on her books. Beware of this nocturnal creature: Her b<y|i>te is contagious. — Picturesque motif fitting my current reminiscing about Turbo Vision and Pascal perfectly. . # . Die untergehende Sonne wirft ihr letztes Tageslicht auf die Ecke eines der Bücherregale in meinem Atelier, und die Pascalvampyrin erwacht bei der Wahrnehmung der Lichtglut auf ihren Büchern. Nehmt Euch in acht vor diesem nocturnen Geschöpf: Ihr Biß ist ansteckend. — Eindrucksvolles Motiv, das perfekt zu meinem momentanen Schwelgen in Turbo Vision und Pascal paßt. . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #autorenaufinstagram #schriftstellerin #authoress #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenwhocodeinassembly #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #assemblerprogrammierer #programmiererin #writing #coding #codewriting #pascal #turbovision #turbopascal #writersatelier #shelfie

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-07-04 18:39:40

Yay, summer has arrived, finally! The sky is blue, the air is hot; moods get swinging—so the time is right to unveil another big love of mine: Turbo Vision! . If you have followed me for a while (or exchanged some DMs with me), you know already that I made my first steps into the world of high-level languages with Pascal. With Turbo Pascal 7.0, Borland delivered something really good. What fascinates me most—still!—is Turbo Vision, Borland's object-oriented application framework with which event-driven programs featuring a neat windowed user interface can be made, all in text mode, of course. I immediately fell in love with Turbo Vision—truly, madly, deeply—and programmed my first ephemeris calculation program with it. That was back in 1992. No environment has ever introduced me better to the world of objects, polymorphism, and user interface design. Now I am drawing a lot from Turbo Vision to develop the standard textmode AE (Application Environment) for my own RTOS μPMOS. . Here I show you one of my favourite books on TV, “Programming with Turbo Vision” by Blake Watson. Not only did Blake pack loads of practical experience into his book; also, he critically analysed the weaknesses of Turbo Vision. This makes his book a precious source of information and great an aid in my current development efforts—and in riviving old memories to breathe the spirit of the best of all program interfaces ever! Oh, besides: Do you know that trick to display high-resolution graphics at high-speed without leaving text mode? In such a neat text mode window? My love to TV and assembly made me do it. Yeah, this combination is sexy, I know. 😀 . Carla and her love affairs—erotica for nerds. 🤓 . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #autorenaufinstagram #schriftstellerin #authoress #publisher #publizistin #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenwhocodeinassembly #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #assemblerprogrammierer #programmiererin #writing #coding #codewriting #pascal #turbovision #turbopascal #μpmos #μprosa #nerdstuff

(@mannycortezart)

2018-07-03 11:08:54

Summer reading list. Wow it’s amazing how much things can change in a year. I never thought I’d be interested in this field but somehow found my way here. I love it though and I’m excited about the future! . #mannycortezart #atlantaartist #artistswhocode #python #student #studentoflife #helloworld #apple #macbookpro #mannyschopshop #codewriting #selftaught #selfteaching #digitalnomad #gigeconomy #summerreading #readinglist #knowledgeispower #disciplineequalsfreedom

(@skmdrehanuddin)

2018-06-30 09:09:52

See yourself in mirror and smile... Then read it... #mirrorhandwriting #codewriting #coding #rehanfalak #falak #skmdrehanuddin #apunkabhidu #writing #bestwritingever #greatquotes #brilliantquotes @jannatzubair29 @iamhumaq @nawazuddin._siddiqui @falakshabir1 @zareenkhan @astro_kayla

(@logiscool.international)

2018-06-25 05:59:43

Summer is ON, but some kids just like it better inside, in a cool room, writing codes. 😉😗🤣💻 #logiscool #create #code #enjoy #kids #children #education #summer #summercamps #camping #codewriting #fun #coolroom #studying #learning #learningisfun

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-06-23 08:55:22

Excerpt from a clean assembly listing, taken from Rev. 11 of FDBTSECT, the boot sector loader of my RTOS μPMOS. Depicted is a loop checking directory entries of a boot diskette's FAT for the ROM image loader ROMIMGLD, which finally loads the ROM image of μPMOS into RAM (for machines that are still so ridiculously old-fashioned that they need load their operating system from mass storage :D). I have told you about the two-phase disk-loading scheme and FDBTSECT in my post of 21. January this year already. You might want to refer back to this post for a quick refresher (it pictures me in black and white, as a hint). But FDBTSECT is not the point now, the assembly listing is. . Looking at the listing, you might notice, several interesting instruction sequences aside, that it is indeed intelligible. In fact, I haven't taken a look at it for nearly two years until today and could understand it almost immediately without referring to the documentation of the program. So, one can indeed write clean assembly texts easy to understand, and that assembly was incomprehensible, esoteric, or otherwise mystical should be a myth in itself. . Now that I encountered this, I really came to think what I will do with my own high-level language once I have finished it. Of course, it is nice to see how it transcribes into nicely formatted assembly listings but, nothing can be more beautiful than carefully hand-crafted assembly programs. Great parts of my RTOS are finished and I implemented it in assembly completely so far, in very much the same way as this posts depicts. Reading through the listings is pure fun. I guess I will never be able to love any other kind of programming more than this. If there is any way of truly expressing my passion for this craft: Assembly shows it. 💕 . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #autorenaufinstagram #schriftstellerin #authoress #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenwhocodeinassembly #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #assemblerprogrammierer #programmiererin #writing #coding #codewriting #μprosa #μpmos #oldschoolprogramming #rtos #softwaredevelopment #thisiscode

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-06-22 09:31:17

I am programming computers for nearly 20 and I'm a system programmer for as many as 16 years now. I drove a small business in the embedded computing sector most of that time, mainly offering consulting, engineering, and programming services (and most of that in guise under NDAs, which is loathsome). I decided to take leave from that entirely and change routes, restructure my business; focus upon non-profit research and development on one hand, and publication for funding my activities on the other. . The advent of the first issue of my own programming magazine (yes, it's gone to press, finally!) not only is exciting an event; it also sets the beginning of my going public with my work after a long time of preparation. . This is my trying to prove that pen and paper are stronger than money and the brute force of economics. I have done a lot of practical research during the last years, developed an embedded system architecture including a new object-based RTOS with many interesting features, and a programming and system building language. Recently, I started to work on an open microprogrammable processor. I will make all this available for free, based on a series of books and articles that document my work, so others not only get some source code and free designs but complete technical references and minute documentation to rebuild their way what I have realised already before. . Probably you find some interesting projects and inspiring momentum in the sphere of my technical working. . Let the experiment begin! 🤓 . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #autorenaufinstagram #schriftstellerin #authoress #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assemblerprogrammierer #programmiererin #writing #coding #codewriting #woneninbusiness #steminist #opensoftware #opentechnologies #programmingmagazine #bwbmagazine #binaryworkbench #publisher #publizistin

(@codebots_)

2018-06-19 22:26:06

Codebots #fireworks in action 🤖 #codewriting #bots

(@bitstobytes)

2018-06-17 14:12:17

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(@ismangadesigns)

2018-06-17 08:02:02

Web developers and Code programmers tend to have a very relaxed dress code. Wanna add this to your regular outfit line? #codeprogrammer #webdeveloper #webdevelopers #codewriting #jokes #dresscode #insidejokes #tshirtlovers #amazon #redbubble #nerd #geek #computerscience

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-06-13 16:08:57

If you can express something in clear and simple words: Don't derive from it a model to bring it into complex formalism just for the sake of formally proving the obvious truth. — Words taken from the first article of the first issue of my own programming magazine coming soon. Like to see more? Stay tuned! . # . Wenn man etwas in klaren und einfachen Worten ausdrücken kann: Dann braucht man kein Modell davon abzuleiten und es in einen komplexen Formalismus bringen, nur um einen formalen Beweis der offensichtlichen Wahrheit führen zu wollen. — Aus dem ersten Artikel der ersten Ausgabe meines eigenen Programmiermagazins. Wollt Ihr mehr erfahren? Bleibt dabei! (Ach ja: Das BWB.Magazin erscheint auch in einer deutschen Parallelausgabe, worauf ich besonders stolz bin, weil es viel zu wenig Programmierliteratur auf deutsch gibt. ;) . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #autorenaufinstagram #schriftstellerin #authoress #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenwhocodeinassembly #womenintech #womenwhocode #writersoninstagram #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #assemblerprogrammierer #programmiererin #writing #coding #codewriting #programmingtips #bwbmagazine #programminglab #binaryworkbench #programmingmagazine #μode #μprosa

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-05-29 16:45:39

Never code at once! Design first! Think your design through. Review it. Refine it. Only, and only if your are sure it is airtight, enter the coding phase of your project. . As a rule of thumb, your designing should take as much as 70 % of your development time, just 20 % should go into coding. The rest of your time then remains for testing your program (known as the 70-20-10 rule). Exact figures may vary from project to project; but when you encounter any severe difficulties during implemenation of your design, it is likely you are encountering a systematic error. Instead of swearing and yelling at the machine, which does not care (and couldn't care less), return to the board and review your design. Probability is high you have overseen something, often just a detail. Correct, then go back to your code. Likewise, should the test phase of your project start to stretch to eternity, do not waste further time there. Review your implementation at once. If your design is sound, the problem is of structural nature and easy to find. . And never forget: The most exciting part of inventing systems is their analysis. 🤓 . Happy developing! 🤗 . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #authoress #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #womenintech #womenwhocode #assemblerprogrammierer #systemprogrammer #systemdesign #coding #codewriting #programmingtips #softwaredesign #softwaredevelopment #softwaredeveloper #steminist #programminglab #programmingjokes #carlaism

(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-05-28 04:49:19

Hi there! 😃 I'm back with a look into Cortesi's CP/M book I presented in the post before the last one. Here you see the closeup of a computer, 1981/82, therein the backplane with the bus slots and two essential cards. The one took out is the disk controller; the one the controller is connected to through a flat ribbon cable is the CPU card. Obviously, the integration level was not thus high as nowadays. 😃 But that's exactly what I'm after, so this picture gives you good an impression what my hardware projects will get you. . My projects are structured thus to have the greatest educational value possible. Hence I make a new microprogrammable processor from scratch but, instead of implementing the design in VHDL, I realise it discretely, as board level solution that is. This way, you can spot each component of the processor easily, control unit, microprogram storage, ALU, etc: A microprocessor in macro perspective, if you like to put it so. Of course, I use contemporary components for gates, buffers, and so forth, so the board is much smaller than those of 1981. Also, there is no backplane, since they are stackable like PC/104 but, unlike the matured embedded ISA bus, they are electrically superior and extensible. In fact, I defined a standard for my 4x4" stackable bus, I introduce it later. For now, I started with the smaller components, the system controller (sequencer) and CPU. If you like to take a first look: . https://mobile.carlafischer.de/projects/ . reveals the early beginnings. (Or tap link in bio and then go to Projects.) My designs are open so, what you (virtually) see working on the boards, you can implement in, say, VHDL on a CPLD or FPGA, later on. 😉 Anyway, mine is to show how it's done and how things work. 🤓 . What do you say? Like to see the invisible and touching a processor's heart? . #carlafischer #authoress #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #systemprogrammer #hardwaredesign #embeddedsystems #systemprogramming #processordesign #pchistory #pc104 #codess #codewriting #assemblylanguage #microprogramming #computerhistory #learningfromhistory #opentechnologies

(@bitstobytes)

2018-05-18 11:27:30

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(@carlaelisafischer)

2018-05-17 04:05:04

Another sneak preview of my programming language μODE. Besides the basic conditional structure CONDITION, this piece of real-world program text shows the language extension QUERY, which covers a feature of μPMOS object systems, namely their self-adjusting nature. Under μPMOS, objects form groups called cells, with one Cell Executive Object that controls the cell to any extent designers desire. Anyway, CEOs are auditors, they collect and keep statistical information on in and outbound traffic, errors and error handling, and so on. From that they derive relations of the severity of errors, their likeliness of occurance, failure probability values, etc. They share this information with other CEOs in the system so, over time, they become able to assess each other. Thus, if you want to know the quality of service of a certain object offering its features to the public, the roundtrip time of requests, the object's true location, likelihood of total failure, security measures, and so forth, ask your CEO. This is done here. . In this example, numbers are to convert. Given a public conversion object meets certain criteria, the number can be converted through this object asynchronously. Otherwise, a local conversion feature is used (synchronously). Data are transferred using a versatile little object, the Request Token. RTs are both, tokens and request packets, they are the ultimate means to transport parameters, statistical information, and data. They are highly versatile and agile and fabricated by the system transparently. To you as the object designer, you only deal with one, however. The rest is protected mode magic. 🔮 😉 . The clear text shown intermediately transcribes to assembly, eventually resulting in a machine code sequence of 162 bytes. Programming is just another form of literature. 🤓 . Can you read it? 😀 . #carlafischer #autorin #systemprogrammiererin #authoress #systemprogramming #programmiererin #programmer #codess #assemblyprogrammer #systemarchitect #womenintech #assembly #assemblylanguage #assembler #programminglanguage #programminglab #μode #softwaredevelopment #softwaredesign #codewriter #codewriting #codingisart #codingisthenewliteracy #coding

(@crusader0711)

2018-05-10 11:11:53

Looks like @jordygirlricketts caught me doing what I do best @fastofficial #codewriting #tuner #tuning #gofaster #xfi #fastxfi #engineer #tunerlife #musclecars #hotrods #highperformance #kerrville #texas