By the age of 30 you should be fluent in writing assembly for at least 3 obsolete 8-bit architectures
@thomasfuchs As opposed to the non-obsolete 8 bitters?
(Cue the sound of AVR fans rushing in to claim their platform isn't worse than ARM in every way)
@thomasfuchs some of us are saving such joys for retirement projects.
If you don't do it by thirty, wait until 65+.
I'm 33. I can do x86 (but that's 16 bit) and a bit of Z80 and 6303 and I'm learning 8080 now. I've looked at 6502 and 8048 but not done much with them...
@thomasfuchs I'll add one obscure Japanese 4 bit micro used in television applications in the 1980s...
@thomasfuchs I’m failing as I only learnt two and one of them is still available in brand new processors so technically not obsolete. I jumped to ARM in the late mid 80s.
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