Another great talk from 27C3 — this one by Michael Steil (aka mist) — about reverse engineering the famous MOS 6502 microprocessor. For many folks, myself included, the 6502 was the first micro we ever worked with and this talk brings back memories. I can still remember the opcodes. Oh, those halcyon days!
The video above is just the first part. You can see all the parts in order at his website, pagetable.com.
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