Assembly programming can be intimidating for people who have never looked into it any deeper than a glance, but giving that it underpins how the computers we use work it can be helpful having context in regards to what is actually being run by the CPU.
You can run the code samples live on the webpage itself thanks to Emscription and v86. Neat.
I just did a series of four (so far) videos about using regular, e.g. Linux system GCC to write Real-Mode DOS .COM executables, including various tips and tricks and education bits: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=renerebe+dos+gcc you can also find the source at: https://patreon.com/renerebe
Edited 2018-06-19 10:38 UTC
I really miss assembly language programming on the 68000 family – such a civilised instruction set…