It has been unusually quiet around Ben Eater for a long time. Statistically, a next video is already overdue. But instead of speculating, let's just assume that, as always, something great is waiting for us.
For those who are running out of time and possible experiments, Nick Gammon is here to help.
What Nick currently presents, really gives the BE6502 a run for its money.
Via FTDI cable the breadboard machine is connected serially to a computer, which serves as a terminal. From then on, an assembler and a Pascal compiler are available, which run on the BE6502, making the small computer self sustainable!
Nick extends the memory by 8kB with the help of a modified memory mapping and an additional NAND gate, and he recommends the use of a faster clock chip. But if you've assembled the original BE6502, you'll be fine with the hardware update.
Mega exciting project for the small machine and the recommendation of the week!