Ahmed first got into the TI-World when he got his TI-83 in 1995. He
stumbled upon ticalc.org accidently and eventually on Bill Nagel's
page. He typed in Turbo Breakout I and Tetris into his calculator
by hand (the assembly versions, of course), until he finally got a
TI-Graph Link cable in 1996. Thereafter, he got a TI-86 and TI-82, and
he has recently gotten an 89. Ahmed does assembly programming for all
of his calculators and plans on learning 68k and x86 assembly.
Aside from calculators, he likes real time strategy computer
games (StarCraft / WarCraft II), plays soccer when he can, and reads
about science and religion.