A month till the next one is just so long. I'm sure if someone in chat hadn't mentioned it was coming up for 2.5 hrs it would have lasted days. Looking forward to opening screens and the chipset registers being explained in detail.
Gunnar von Boehn (Apollo Team Member) Posts 5727 02 Aug 2021 09:21
The next course is scheduled for last Saturday in August.
The topic of the next Episode is the 68K family and the 68080 CPU. Goal is to teach how program code and data like graphics and audio are stored in memory. - How the CPU executes its instructions. - Explain how the CPU can work directly on memory and what for it uses registers. - Show with examples what instructions the CPU has and explain how the y operate. - Explain with examples where the 68K is much better than the PowerPC
Goal of the course is give you the "basic" understanding how the CPU works and whats is job is. You will understand what INSTRUCTIONS are, what REGISTERS are, what EA-MODES are.
We will combine this with explaining a few SAGA registers and we will together write some nice working programs.
Posts 140 04 Aug 2021 01:53
Sounds great.. Looking forward to it..
Gunnar von Boehn (Apollo Team Member) Posts 5727 13 Aug 2021 15:45
Reminder Tomorrow 20:00 German Course
Erinnerung: Morgen um 20:00 Kurs auf Deutsch
Posts 213 13 Aug 2021 21:47
I suppose that it is out of question for me to learn German in 24h :)
Posts 352 14 Aug 2021 01:56
I'm guessing it'll be covering the same stuff as the first video. However twitch might have closed captions, so I may try and watch anyway XD
Posts 352 27 Aug 2021 16:46
Course still on for tomorrow? Looking forward to it.
Gunnar von Boehn (Apollo Team Member) Posts 5727 27 Aug 2021 16:52
Next course: Tomorrow 20:00 PM CET Duration ~ 2 hours
Topic: "Understand and master the 68K CPU" Course Language: "English"
Posts 352 28 Aug 2021 17:45
Just noticed that the first video in English is no longer on the twitch channel. Is this on purpose?