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Oliver Beirne – Community Manager
Annie Cracknell – Content Developer
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I am new on this community, Just wanted to know are we still using assembly programming in industry? or its replaced by higher level languages.I have learned basis assembly programming in my bachelors on 8085/8086, I was super interested to build my carrier in that however unfortunately never got a chance. Now again I have started learning assembly after 15 years with same interest but out of box, I dont know where is this beacon has now reached and if this is correct place for me to start.
Hello, I recommend searching our documentation on https://developer.arm.com/ to help you with your query. If you have any specific questions about working on Arm technology, then you can ask in one of our technical forums here: https://community.arm.com/support-forums