| ||Ask HN: I am looking for a C and Assembly mentor|
34 points by kennyg25 57 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 16 comments |
|I am a college student trying to learn low-level CS concepts, such as bit manipulation, memory and runtime performance, code compilation techniques, etc. for a CS course I will be taking in the fall. I already plan on attending office hours and taking advantage of online resources such as Stack Overflow. However, I learn best via 1:1 tutoring so I am trying to find someone I can meet, either online or preferably, in person who I can work with. However, I am having some difficulty finding someone who is 1) extremely knowledgeable in this area of CS and 2) would take the time to meet up with me. I find this website invaluable and was hoping that perhaps someone reading this would be interested in my offer, or at least would know someone who might be interested. However, beyond HN, what would be the most efficient way to go about searching for this type of tutor? What other resources am I not considering? How else can I go about learning about low-level machine code?|
Some more information: I live near Mountain View and am free in the afternoons to meet-up, and I will also pay a generous amount as well for anyone who is an expert in these areas. For those interested, please feel free to message me - my email is provided in my profile.
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