MPW IIgs Cross Development
A brief demonstration of Apple IIgs cross development using Apple’s MPW IIgs development tools.
Teach US Kids to Program
In his article “Teach US Kids to Write Computer Programs”, Douglas Rushkoff notes the following lay-man’s analogy regarding our relationship with computers today: Programming a computer is not like being a mechanic. It is the difference between being a driver and a passenger. As a passenger, you rely on your driver to take you where …
Off-platform Apple II development
The Echoes of KFest video podcast presents Dagen Brock discussing off-platform software development for the Apple II at KansasFest 2010.
Expanding the coverage of HackFest
HackFest, the Apple II programming competition brought to KansasFest by Sheppy, is featured on Computerworld.com and boasts an exhaustive historical database.
Introducing NuInput: A superior INPUT
The Echoes of KFest video podcast presents Ivan Drucker introducing NuInput, a capable replacement for Applesoft’s INPUT command, at KansasFest 2010.
Introducing Slammer: A New Way of Using Machine Language from Applesoft
The Echoes of KFest video podcast presents Ivan Drucker introducing Slammer, a new method of integrating assembly language with Applesoft, at KansasFest 2010.