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0:12Recap with a reflection on the structure of the previous section, and mentions of Patterson and Hennessy's 2017 Turing Award win, and Serge Lang's Basic Mathematics1
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0:12Recap with a reflection on the structure of the previous section, and mentions of Patterson and Hennessy's 2017 Turing Award win, and Serge Lang's Basic Mathematics1
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0:12Recap with a reflection on the structure of the previous section, and mentions of Patterson and Hennessy's 2017 Turing Award win, and Serge Lang's Basic Mathematics1
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6:43Chapter 2.8 Supporting Procedures in Computer Hardware2
6:43Chapter 2.8 Supporting Procedures in Computer Hardware2
6:43Chapter 2.8 Supporting Procedures in Computer Hardware2
7:05A little digression on programming language vs mathematics terminology
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7:05A little digression on programming language vs mathematics terminology
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7:05A little digression on programming language vs mathematics terminology
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14:03Chapter 2.8 continued3
14:03Chapter 2.8 continued3
14:03Chapter 2.8 continued3
15:44Appropriate use of abstraction, and the utility of procedures and Casey Muratori's concept of compression-oriented programming
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15:44Appropriate use of abstraction, and the utility of procedures and Casey Muratori's concept of compression-oriented programming
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15:44Appropriate use of abstraction, and the utility of procedures and Casey Muratori's concept of compression-oriented programming
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21:43Separating your program into a back end and front end, with recommendations of Handmade Hero, Bitwise, Milton and 4coder as good examples of this separation
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21:43Separating your program into a back end and front end, with recommendations of Handmade Hero, Bitwise, Milton and 4coder as good examples of this separation
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21:43Separating your program into a back end and front end, with recommendations of Handmade Hero, Bitwise, Milton and 4coder as good examples of this separation
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51:32Chapter 2.8 continued, on procedures4
51:32Chapter 2.8 continued, on procedures4
51:32Chapter 2.8 continued, on procedures4
52:42Calling conventions and control flow
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52:42Calling conventions and control flow
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52:42Calling conventions and control flow
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1:13:17Call stack5
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1:13:17Call stack5
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1:13:17Call stack5
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1:24:17Stack pointer alignment and moving conventions in RISC-V, as performed by hula's Hello, World!6
1:24:17Stack pointer alignment and moving conventions in RISC-V, as performed by hula's Hello, World!6
1:24:17Stack pointer alignment and moving conventions in RISC-V, as performed by hula's Hello, World!6
1:38:28Chapter 2.8 continued, on RISC-V calling conventions and control flow7,8,9
1:38:28Chapter 2.8 continued, on RISC-V calling conventions and control flow7,8,9
1:38:28Chapter 2.8 continued, on RISC-V calling conventions and control flow7,8,9
2:10:18Wrap it up with the determination to continue 2.8 in the next episode, and a mention of the announcement to drop Gumroad10
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2:10:18Wrap it up with the determination to continue 2.8 in the next episode, and a mention of the announcement to drop Gumroad10
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2:10:18Wrap it up with the determination to continue 2.8 in the next episode, and a mention of the announcement to drop Gumroad10
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