re: What are you "old enough to remember" in software development? VIEW POST

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Started coding with a TI-57, then TI-59 (Texas Instrument). Continued with 8-bit computers, in Basic, of course, and assembly language (converted to hexa code by hand).

I did lot of real-time software on 8-bit processors (6800, 6809, 6502, etc.)

I bought Visual Studio 1.0. It was a box of several kilograms, because it had a dozen of books / manuals with the floppy disks.

Also I coded JavaScript at a time where the only debug tool was alert()... (later, I added lines to a div)

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