Nand2Tetris course is starting on Coursera

Posted on 2015/03/30


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Nand2Tetris is a famous learning resource that teaches computing from the ground up, where the bottom brick that is used to build anything is the digital NAND port. It teaches the basics of Hardware Description Languages (such as Verilog and VHDL), and applies it to build a processor. It then guides into writing an assembler that can be used to translate text code into binary machine code for that processor.

A course is available on Coursera, starting in about a week from now, so that learners can benefit from the time-constrained Massive Open Online Course format.



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