Demonstrate your understanding of Assembly in relation to other languages, your ability to apply existing ARM64 assembly mnemonics and techniques to a specific purpose, and to demonstrate the ability to….
Manage personnel and resources to enhance the quality of working life:
ACM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct
BY: Ammr Alharbi
For this situation stated, we should refer to “The Code” to see how it may be applied or may not be applied.
1. GENERAL ETHICAL PRINCIPLES.
1.6 Respect privacy:
1.7 Honor confidentiality:
2. PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES.
2.1 Strive to achieve high quality in both the processes and products of professional work:
2.2 Maintain high standards of professional competence, conduct, and ethical practice:
2.3 Know and respect existing rules pertaining to professional work:
2.4 Accept and provide appropriate professional review:
2.5 Give comprehensive and thorough evaluations of computer systems and their impacts, including analysis of possible risks:
2.6 Perform work only in areas of competence:
2.7 Foster public awareness and understanding of computing, related technologies, and their consequences:
2.8 Access computing and communication resources only when authorized or when compelled by the public good:
2.9 Design and implement systems that are robustly and usably secure:
3. PROFESSIONAL LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES.
3.1 Ensure that the public good is the central concern during all professional computing work:
3.2 Articulate, encourage acceptance of, and evaluate fulfillment of social responsibilities by members of the organization or group:
3.3 Manage personnel and resources to enhance the quality of working life:
3.4 Articulate, apply, and support policies and processes that reflect the principles of the Code:
3.5 Create opportunities for members of the organization or group to grow as professionals:
3.6 Use care when modifying or retiring systems:
3.7 Recognize and take special care of systems that become integrated into the infrastructure of society:
4. COMPLIANCE WITH THE CODE.
4.1 Uphold, promote, and respect the principles of the Code: