Master programming by recreating your favorite technologies from scratch.
also you can find plenty different topics here: https://github.com/codecrafters-io/build-your-own-x
How to create an OS from scratch
I started out with this tutorial: https://github.com/cfenollosa/os-tutorial. It doesn't get you too far but it explains the basics very well, so check it out. After that I looked up James Molloy's kernel tutorials (look it up on Google, it's all on a website). Be advised that he's got a bunch of errors and bugs in the tutorial, there is a whole page on it on the osdev wiki titled known bugs in the JamesM kernel all something like that, but it's still great and gets you pretty far. After that, I chose to develop a FAT32 driver on my own, I can link some sources or my own code for you as well, but it's really up to you to follow what you like. I also found a great youtube series (https://youtube.com/@poncho2364?feature=share9), check out his osdev series, he also has some cool stuff there. And as I said, good luck on your journey and you can ask me in a DM as well if you get stuck somewhere!
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