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Yes, but if you can find a chip with public documentation, it's a well-defined initialization sequence.

I learned assembly on TI's AM335x "Sitara" series and it was great, mostly because of the BeagleBone- it has onboard JTAG-over-USB, meaning you can single-step your way through your bare-metal code, set breakpoints, etc.






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