For the last nine months, Brazilian software engineer Taciano Dreckmann Perez has been producing a series of educational videos in which he follows along with the exercises in Roger Wagner’s Assembly Lines book.

The playlist thus far consists of five hours and 18 videos. Each video, which ranges in length from 8 to 48 minutes, covers such topics as loops, console output, sound generation, calling assembly from BASIC, and more. The source code used in Perez’s videos is available in his GitHub code repository.

Subscribe to Perez’s YouTube channel to receive notification of future installments in this educational series.

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