This week, I have decided to take a break from working from my book. The overall goal remains the same, so it's not really a "detour". A couple weeks ago, I happened upon a Udemy course on 6502 Assembly Language while searching for books and tutorials and decided to give it a try. The course is called "Learn Assembly Language by Making Games for the Atari 2600" and Gustavo Pezzi is the instructor.
The course includes over 16 hours of instructional videos, 23 articles, 34 downloadable resources, quizzes and a certificate of completion once you make it through everything. I'm currently 50% through the course and I've found it to be a great supplement to the books I have been reading. Sometimes certain things "click" better for me with alternative sources or having various media. Much of the material, I have already covered in the book, but hearing and seeing it again, and presented in a different way, has been helpful. I highly recommend it for anyone who is just beginning to learn about 6502 Assembly Language. I plan to continue with this Udemy course for the next couple of weeks before resuming work in the book.
This course is $99 on Udemy, but I got it on sale for $19.99.
If you don't want to use Udemy, the same course is available for $29.99 on Gustavo's website here: Learn Assembly Language Programming Games for the Atari 2600 (pikuma.com)