Last year I wrote a free book on MIPS assembly programming. It’s targeted at college students in the standard MIPS/architecture type course (often using the Patterson and Hennessy textbook). Despite that, anyone can use it, though basic knowledge of C syntax helps.

Since then, I’ve continually updated and improved it, including recently adding chapter exercises. As a way to support the book (which will always remain free), I’m selling the solutions to the exercises. Every level of support will receive them, and the first 250 supporters can get them for a discount ($5 vs $8).

Note, the progress thermometer is manually updated (hopefully daily) and is just a long term general goal. The solutions are already done and you can download them immediately. If this crowdfunding surpasses my expectations, maybe I’ll consider a real stretch goal.

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