Doug Gale, freelance Assembly programmerHire Now
Doug Gale5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Toronto, Canada
In the past, used assembly extensively for optimization. Lately a LOT less, but still very capable of going down to the metal when necessary. I have experience SIMD optimizing with assembler and intrinsics.
Erik Eidt, freelance Assembly programmerHire Now
Erik Eidt5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Hayward, United States

Assembly Language, Introductory Programming, Compiler Techonology, Instruction Set Architecture , and much more!

I have written a fair amount of assembly over the years. Further, as a compiler specialist, I have generated machine code for a variety of processors, including x86, PowerPC, MIPS, 680x0...
Dylan Brams, Assembly freelance programmerHire Now
Dylan Brams5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Jerusalem, Israel

Experienced programmer who can clarify things quickly.

I studied Assembly during my Electrical Engineering degree. I am capable of walking someone through debugging and working with it.
David Jones, Assembly freelance programmerHire Now
David Jones5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Houston, United States

Computer Science PhD (Stanford), expert algorithm design & implementation

I worked in a university microprocessor lab and I've done quite a bit of low-level assembly language programming on a variety of architectures, including the PDP 11/70 (on which C & Unix were developed), the 8080 and Z80 that powered early CP/M computers, the 6502 that powered the Apple II, and various Motorola CPUs, like the M6809 and M68k. I remember when RISC architectures were new, including SPARC and MIPS, and these still seem to be used in teaching. Of course, I am familiar with the Intel x86 architecture, so I have been able to help a few students who wanted to understand how to exploit a buffer overflow vulnerability in a C program to overwrite the stack frame (and execute a root shell).
Gili Levy, freelance Assembly programmerHire Now
Gili Levy5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Petah Tikva, Israel

Software engineer with 20+ years experience

I have worked with assembly to X86, ARM, MIPS and on several Motorola RISC processors including DSP processors.
Mischa, Assembly programmer for hireHire Now
Freelance Assembly developer in Wrocław, Poland

Jack of all trades, master of some

Reverse engineering and debugging
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Garrett Walker
Freelance Assembly developer in Dyersburg, United States

Likes to teach, game, guitar!

Worked on a couple emulators over the past couple years and wrote my own basic virtual machine with it's own "assembler". As far as X86 Assembler, I started using it back in January 2016 and have written mainly basic assignments. My biggest program was a tic tac toe game(1600 lines). I know how to debug, I know executable formats, and I know enough to figure out what I want to solve and explain it.
bogdan, Assembly programmer for hireHire Now
Freelance Assembly developer in Bucharest, Romania

C++ nerd

I enjoy programming and learning something new every day. Helping others do the same and maybe even getting paid for it seems like an ideal proposition.
Aur Saraf, freelance Assembly programmerHire Now
Aur Saraf5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Tel Aviv, Israel

I design, develop and teach software for the last ten years.

I've been teaching x86 assembly level for a few years. I used it, mostly in a security context and for debugging, throughout my career, as well as for hobby.
Shannon Bailey, senior Assembly developerHire Now
Shannon Bailey
Freelance Assembly developer in Petaluma, United States

CS and HW Instructor at Make School, Cofounder at IOT Inventor

Been coding in assembler since 6502 and 8080a-Z-80 machines were all there was. Expert x86 assembly language programmer building drivers, primitives & libraries. I built Transmeta's X86 assembler and interactive debugger and have written x86 assembly exclusively professionally for a decade. Wrote IEEE floating point emulation library for Lotus 123 Release 3.0 in x86 assembler for 386 machines.
Jessy Diamond Exum, Assembly software engineer and devHire Now
Jessy Diamond Exum5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in San Francisco, United States
I have written and read tons of assembly for my microcontroller projects, as well as for x86 and amd64 processors. It is a required part of optimizing embedded C and reverse eineering software.
Antoine Guilbaud, Assembly dev and freelancerHire Now
Antoine Guilbaud
Freelance Assembly developer in Amsterdam, Netherlands

backend and devops engineer from france, also security enthousiast.

I'm a young programmer, passionated by computers in general. I've worked in a startup as a back end developer, and now I'm working as a dev-ops in a bigger company. I like sharing my knowledge with people and guiding them to success, and I will be happy to help you with my expertise.
Danielle Weisz, senior Assembly developerHire Now
Danielle Weisz
Freelance Assembly developer in Ashburn, United States

Let me be your code guru/cyber witch

My assembly experience is primarily school- and personal-based. In university I learned moderate pic and x86/64 assembly programming. On my own time, in high school, I developed a number of programs and system apps for the z80-based TI-83+ line of graphing calculators that are ubiquitous in schools, including a tool called CalcUtil with thousands of users that added a great deal of improvements for TI-BASIC programmers, as well as greatly improved memory management for the calculator OS itself. I also circumvented TI's TestGuard and TestGuard 2 apps, though I never released how out of respect and desire not to be sued.
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Michael David Crawford4.3
Freelance Assembly developer in Ashburn, United States
Most of my Assembly Code work has come from debugging high-level source code in situations where the source debugger didn't work, or during the earlier parts of my career, before source debuggers were available. I've also done quite a lot of reverse-engineering. During my work as an embedded developer, I implemented an Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) hard disk drive encryptor in a mixture of ARM and Thumb Assembly.
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Antti Haapala5.0
Freelance Assembly developer in Oulu, Finland
6502, x86-16, x86-32, x86-64 and ARM 32 assembly I know quite intimately. I have written an operating system kernel running in protected mode for x86-32 processor, and been porting it for ARM/Raspberry PI. However I am not an expert in SIMD processing nor floating point math.

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