Very interesting presentation by Robert Wills recorded in October 2019 at The National Museum of Computing, TNMOC at Bletchley Park, UK.
Robert first describes the AGC and then focusses on the role it played on the final decent to the touchdown on the Lunar surface.
Lots of good explanation about how the DSKY was used interactively, and how the AGC was tied into the various lunar lander systems.
Robert dispels some of the myths about Armstrong “heroically” switching to manual control after the computer failed - he didn’t and it didn’t.
Some discussion about computing in 1969 with such minimum resources, compared to today, where Robert says “I would struggle to write Hello World in under 100K…”