the c programming language.

Aside from toying around with BASIC as a child, C/C++ were my first programming languages. I started university planning to be an electrical engineer, but fell in love with programming when I got my hands on C. Playing around with memory pointers, while poring over the 3rd edition of Deitel & Deitel's C++ How to Program— computers just made sense! So I switched majors and studied computer science.

As I continued my college coursework, I picked up many other languages that were popular at the time (esp. Java), but none grabbed me quite the way that C did. Being able to touch the low level hardware felt like a superpower. It still does! Fortunately, all the low-level embedded computing work I do still uses C as the programming lingua franca.

Anyway, here's some reference material that I've found useful. I hope you will, too!

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