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Fujiama 2019 (one week of Atari 8 bit fun)

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Hello Steve

 

1 hour ago, Mr Robot said:

Excellent number plates!

 

Check out the numberplate holders!

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

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Hello guys

 

Some pictures:

 

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8bitjunkie giving an assembler course (part 1):

 

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Sincerely

 

Mathy

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Hello guys

 

We finally managed to take a group picture.  When I get home, I'll add the picture to my meetings page (my ISP sent me a message that they changed the way we need to log in.) and add names.

 

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Unfortunately, we didn't take another picture earlier so some people that have already left aren't in the picture.

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

 

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Fujiama 2019 WUDSN Assembler Workshop

JAC, 8 Bit Junkie and me did a workshop for developing in assembler at the Fuji 2019. Two hours of presentation in morning and free practice time in the evening.

Mo: Installation on all computers and first introduction

Tu: Presentation of a simple game base with initialisation, Player Missile graphics, VBI, DLI and basic Main loop separated to different files

We: Altirra debugging in several ways. Looking into the Atari deluxe. Simple game base further enhanced to a simple game: Tutoris. Include of RMT music.

Thu: Macros, Procedures and Segments. The game with much shorter code and without .org. Lots of mva, mwa, adb, adw segments for cade and data, screen, fonts etc.

Fr: WUDSN die with several functions and features

And as a special: Alx did a conversion of the game Tutoris for the c64. Files are also included in the archive.Here are the sources and the executables

(rename the files)

Fuji2019.zip.txtTutoris.png.db3fcfb646b04ec6f41f8cebe880de11.png953736316_Tutorisdeath.png.470547c12d83ac84c4ca15d1f4baaf95.png

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What a wonderfull week it has been, as the sole Belgium guy at the event, I did feel right at home.

 

A big thank you to everybody involved and all the wonderfull people I've met.

 

@manterola it was a huge pleasure to meet you and seeing you hack around with all this new promising hardware has been an inspiration.

Hasta la proxima !

 

Security check in Leipzig went smoother than I expected, did have to take the Funai out of hand luggage again and although this time the security recognized my Atari ("I had one of those when I was younger" :) ) both the Funai and Atari were tested for explosives and allowed on the flight.

 

So now I'm stuck in the Airport 1 hour before check-in , luckily Thinkpad and iPhone HotSpot will make my time here pass more quickly

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On 9/1/2019 at 9:12 PM, pseudografx said:

Thanks for the party, as great as usual!

Yes good stuff: friendly people, nice location, great service (Helmut!!) and of course awesome computers everywhere :)

Greetings to all!

 

 

p.s.: Proud to be Spanish Millionario :)

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Hello guys

 

Helmut already rented the building for next year:  August 20th until August 23rd 2020.

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

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Great people, great party!! thank you for all and iam looking forward to next year!!

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On 8/26/2019 at 1:46 AM, Mathy said:

Check out the numberplate holders!

Unfortunately Austrian number plates are about 3mm too high to use them...😣

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Hello slx

 

The new numberplates with the blue part on the left with the "A" in it?  How did they manage to screw that up?

 

Sincerely

 

Mathy

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