Update: The volumes of Micro on the Apple have been removed following a request from the copyright holder.
The three volumes of Micro on the Apple make up more than 600 pages of the best Apple programming to have originally appeared in Micro magazine, featuring contributions by some of the microcomputer industry’s best and brightest luminaries such as Bob Sander-Cederlof (Assembly Lines, S-C Assembler), Rick Auricchio (author of the Apple //e ROMs), Bob Bishop (co-founder of Apple’s R&D lab and early graphics wizard), Andy Hertzfeld (author of the ROM code for the Apple II Language card and original Macintosh team member), Gary B. Little (“Inside the Apple IIe”, “Inside the Apple IIc” and editor of A+/InCider) and dozens more.
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