I have written 15 tutorials in all, taking you from the beginning steps to a somewhat intermediate level of programming skills in assembly language on the Atari ST(e). If you begin to read this tutorials and follow them, you'll have everything you need at your disposal, and when finnished (or in the middle) you can branch out as you will and search further information.
I've posted all the tutorials here for your viewing and downloading pleasure. Each tutorial will have it's own topic for discussion. This rather big expo of my work was actually suggested by silver surfer, so before you begin to smack me for the biggest ego in the world, please consider this
In this sticky post, will be all the 15 tutorials in a big zip, however, any discussion related coding and the individual tutorials are to be directed into the proper topis.
This topic will only concern the possible future and present (and past) of the tutorials as such, not the contents.
Thus proper things to discuss here are "will you make a pdf", "will you make more" and to generally state that the tutorials suck or are great. Individual comments are to take place in the suitable sub-topics.
thank you for reading and hope this may be an inspiration (to do better)
While it may seem I'm now the great guru having pulled off these tutorials, I want to take this moment to appear humble and say that there are many much more skilled coders than I on the forum. The gyes who know the real stuff like cracking, and the persons who can make good looking demos. I'm just a friendly amateur with (hopefully) an ability to spread the little knowledge I posess.
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