Lorenz Miniero recently recovered and restored some of his earliest #coding projects written in #BASIC for the MSX homecomputer, which were stored on data cassette tapes.
In order to share them with the world, for others to either to learn from or 'laugh' at, he uploaded the code to GitHub:
Always cool to see more 'new' #homebrew MSX software pop up!
I'm thinking of getting a #SingleBoardComputer for some #Ruby, #Python and maybe #RustLang #coding, as well as some #retrogaming #emulation, and daily Internet browsing needs.
Since I don't expect to do any hardware tinkering with it, a GPIO is not necessary. I would like to have at least 1GB of RAM though; preferably 2GB or more.
#eMMC would be nice, but not a requirement.
Any #SBC recommendations that would fit this and a budget of 60-80 USD?
Doing some #coding while listening to #CommandAndConquer #GameMusic, mostly by the excellent #FrankKlepacki: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4RV79qhn4PpkrjPQ1OgRNi
Right, PC rebooted, Spotify opened so it can play over the wireless headphones that are connected to it, Spotify opened on my phone too, so I can remote control it, and stretched out on the sofa now so i can hopefully actually get some #coding done.
#TuomasHolopainen - The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck https://open.spotify.com/album/4CuuJ8vBBiGgRBT7neqM36?si=fFkav5L5RiyWZM64Q5U-Ng
I should've slept some as well while the #beardgrabber actually slept through most of the night, but I enjoyed a night of undisturbed #coding on a #DreamJournal archival and tagging tool.
Bunch of #screenscraping with #Nokogiri, quick and dirty text comparison and filtering with #jquery, but it seems to serve its purpose for archiving 14 years of my SO's dreamdiaries from an online forum.
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