I learned mostly through books and magazines. But I already had some 6502 assembler experience from the VIC-20 and C-64 when I got my Amiga 1000 in January 1987.
Two or three years later I bought the Commodore ROM Kernel and Hardware Reference Manuals. Since 1989 I had also access to all Motorola reference manuals in my University's library.
I was never really part of the scene or wrote commercial software for the Amiga. It was always important to me to see Amiga as pure fun and hobby, and only do what I want to do. So I'm still here. Nothing changed.
Originally Posted by Apollo
the Assembler course in the german magazine 'Amiga Special'
. Anyone of the german speaking guys here remember that?
Yes, I have vague memories. I also remember assembler courses in the german "Amiga Magazin".