I was writing assembly language programs for VIC-20 in about 1983, in school. We were able to eventually use it to dialup the school mainframe to do homewok at home, with one of those rubber acoustic coupler things. 300 baud, whoopee!!!We used a lot of rubber bands in those days.....
I was writing assembly language programs for VIC-20 in about 1983, in school.
College or high school? In '83 as a HS junior I scratch built a cassette interface so I could use a standard cassette recorder to store programs and an 8K memory expansion for my VIC-20. Didn't have the cash for "store bought", but a friends dad was an engineer and got me some surplus chips to use.
College. We also of course wrote Assembler for the big iron. I think the OS at the time was VM/370. //STEP01 EXEC PGM=IEFBR14
I never got to assembler, in college I was bumbling along in Fortran 4 on a 360. Submitting our programs on decks of punchcards. In '83 I had been running a small studio for a few years, and had a few more to go before I left to be a freelancer. Being a self employed soundman left plenty of time for the Interwebs once they came along.Mac
20 years ago this month a perl script on a shared server at halcyon.com at the Seattle NAP in the Westin Hotel in downtown Seattle first hosted the live-audio board.Happy Birthday LAB. In Internet years you are pre historic. Kind of like Fowler or Mac...
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