AmigaOS offers a simple debugger via serial port. With a zero modem, you can read the debug output on your PC.
The right mouse button does not work on your Amiga 1200? This is how to fix it.
The Maestro Professional was a fully digital Amiga sound card. Let's have a look how it worked.
Can modern development methods be applied to old AmigaOS projects? This is how I ported and open-sourced an old Amiga project.
8-bit processors like the Z80 could only add and subtract numbers. So how were numbers multiplied?
Have you ever wondered how 1980's computers like #ZXSpectrum stored data on tape? Read here how...
The ZX Spectrum was a comparable cheap home computer, and thus the tape loading and saving mechanisms have not been very sophisticated.
Since I am in the mood of heavy ZX Spectrum retro action, I dug out all my old computer tapes in an attept to digitize and convert them. It turned out to be more difficult than I thought...
On a slow processor like the Z80, it is essential to think about execution time. Often a clean approach is too slow, and you need to optimize the code to make it a lot faster.