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Building a 6502 in Minecraft
We’ll admit that we haven’t been following Minecraft like we used to; its been a while since we’ve seen something amazing in Minecraft, but [eloraam]’s 6502 emulator (part of her RedPower Minecraft mo... read more
More Java Power for Your Pi
Personally, I've had great fun using Raspberry Pis to connect to my car and display all sorts of extra information as well as using a cluster of Pis to run machine learning software that learns to pla... read more
The Golden Age of Basic
Even though most home computers were built around one of two CPUs (either a Zilog Z80 or a MOS Technology 6502) and all ran Basic ... place in popular culture it held in the 1980s. The Golden Age of B... read more
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Moving to BASIC programming with Gambas for kids
Of course, it doesn't do any good to write a program if a programmer can't share their finished program with others. If the correct build tools are installed, Gambas can turn projects into packages fo... read more
Game Genie Disassembly
Game Genie code interface Since the interface runs on the NES, it is also written in 6502 assembly, the programming language ... https://github.com/kevinselwyn/game-genie-disassembly We can disassembl... read more
DDL-4 Is A Visually Pleasing Modular CPU
projects like these that create CPUs from the ground up are a great way to get to grips with the basic concepts of computation. Once you’ve tried this, you could always graduate to building a 6502 in ... read more
Ask HN: Why does visual programming suck?
The type of visual programming I'm thinking about here is a WYSIWYG drag and drop interface for building UIs. Imagine having prebuilt views (tables, buttons, dropdowns, etc.) and being able to drag th... read more
Ask HN: Is there a modern “power on to basic” computer, for kids to learn on?
I want to give some young kids a small cheap computer that "switches on to basic" or some other programming language? Like in ye olde computer days when you brought home your Commodore 64 and turned i... read more