[TUHS] Unix source code archive in the news

Cornelius Keck ckeck at texoma.net
Wed Oct 10 10:11:15 AEST 2018

Similar here... 6502 assembler on a CBM3032, while everybody else had an Apple II. Later 8080 on a simulator, Z80, 68000, Z8000, 8088, in that order. Z8000 is still my favourite, spent a lot of time with that.

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Von: Dave Horsfall
Gesendet: Dienstag, 9. Oktober 2018 18:03
An: The Eunuchs Hysterical Society
Betreff: Re: [TUHS] Unix source code archive in the news

>> These days, anyone who can do VB etc can call themselves a programmer; 
>> in my day, you had to know PDP-11 or VAX assembler... Or Z-80...
> I know 65C02, is that good enough? xD

I arrived too late for the 6502; my first was the Z-80 Microbee (when 
everyone else I knew was into the Apple-I; then again, I've never been a 
conformist, just like my RAF parents).

-- Dave

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