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HackFest 2017

HackFest 2017

You might think that software created in a few sleepless distracted days wouldn’t be amazing and noteworthy.  And, you would be wrong.  This year’s HackFest entries show incredible skill and creativity. The entries include: Martin Haye: Invoking Apple III Satan Mode, an assumed-to-be-impossible way to access Apple III hardware from Apple II programs. Ivan Hogan: …

NakedOS

NakedOS

Martin Haye’s NakedOS is a new Disk II operating system for the entire Apple II line of computers. In this session, its creator covers the project’s rationale, design goals, API, disk format, Super-Mon integration and finally a few decision points and caveats for programmers considering NakedOS for their projects. Find it online at bitbucket.org/martin.haye/super-mon/ Recorded …

Super-Mon

Super-Mon

Martin Haye’s Super-Mon is a set of fancy extensions to the Apple II system monitor. This fairly technical session follows the creation of a small but interesting assembly language program that demonstrates the concepts and capabilities of Super-Mon. Recorded on 7/23/2010 by Ken Gagne and made available by KansasFest, Inc., under an Attribution 3.0 Unported …

P2E — Pseudo-II Emulator

P2E — Pseudo-II Emulator

P2E is a Martin Haye’s Apple II emulator that runs on all iOS devices, along with desktop computers and probably Android as well. Written and highly optimized in Javascript, it’s capable of emulating an Apple IIe at full speed on iPhone 3GS and above, including graphics and disk drive support. This session briefly covers (1) …

P2E – Pseudo-II Emulator

P2E – Pseudo-II Emulator

P2E is a new Apple II emulator that runs on all iOS devices, along with desktop computers and probably Android as well. Written and highly optimized in Javascript, it’s capable of emulating an Apple IIe at full speed on iPhone 3GS and above, including graphics and disk drive support. In this session, Martin Haye will …

Super-Mon

Super-Mon

From Martin Haye. Super-Mon is a set of fancy extensions to the Apple II system monitor. This fairly technical session will follow the creation of a small but interesting assembly language program that demonstrates the concepts and capabilities of Super-Mon.

NakedOS

NakedOS

Don’t miss Martin Haye. NakedOS is a new Disk II operating system for the entire Apple II line of computers. In this session, its creator covers the project’s rationale, design goals, API, disk format, Super-Mon integration and finally a few decision points and caveats for programmers considering NakedOS for their projects.