Raphael Amorim

Senior Software Developer @ Viaplay

Enthusiast about compilers, WebAssembly, and Rust. Senior Software Developer at Viaplay and member of the JS foundation. Previously worked at companies like Spotify, GoDaddy, and Globo.com. Wrote a book about WebAssembly (in Portuguese). In his free time likes to do oil painting on canvases.

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This edition

Bring Gameboy alive in the Web with Rust and WebAssembly
November 21 2023 - 09:30 (60 min )

Let's see how the heart of a Gameboy works by analysing a the 8-bit microprocessor: Sharp LR35902. We will look at behaviour of one of the CPU registers, memory and graphics processing of a Gameboy, consolidating this knowledge into writing an emulator for the Web.

Bring Gameboy alive in the Web with Rust and WebAssembly
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