Back to basics

sylvain.saboua at sylvain.saboua at
Wed Oct 9 17:32:22 UTC 2019

Here's what I think.

Proper software development should involve first a correct
understanding of the norms : RFC, OSI model, and what not.

Then ideally one must understand the hardware-software
interactions, in other terms electronic engeneering, from
chips to bits. This is assembly language.

Finally, what I might call "grassroots" languages are more
desirable than "pop", i.e. C over Python although both have
their usage.

Am I right ?

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