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Job Openings at TCPA
Posted by Nick on 16 March 2000, 00:59 GMT

Those crazy ASM programmers at TCPA are at it again! Now it seems like they're accepting new members.

Do not adjust your monitor.
TCPA is accepting new members.

Applicants must be somewhat experienced in ASM, and be able to provide examples of past work or demos of current projects. Details are on their main page and at their page to apply. Good luck!

 


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Re: Job Openings at TCPA
amicek  Account Info
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Ok I don't think I feel like a good enough programmer to be part of this really good group!

amicek

     16 March 2000, 02:34 GMT


Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Hieu-Trung Le  Account Info
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I hope some good ASM programmer is going to join TCPA and make good programs.

btw, amitek, how often do you go to this site? Since almost every new news item I see, you are the first one to post a comment. =)

     16 March 2000, 03:02 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
amicek  Account Info
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Not very, you see I get online, get songs on Napster and go to ticalc.org - it's kind of a ritual and since I think Nick was posting at similar times, I had enough luck to get first comment and couple of times. I go here regularly, but not that much.

amicek

     16 March 2000, 23:45 GMT

Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Sam Heald  Account Info
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TCPA's just trying to be like Void Productions ;)
Just kidding, good luck to the TCPA with their future pursuits.

     16 March 2000, 02:49 GMT


Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Jason Kovacs  Account Info
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dude........ ehh, whatever. good job on Zelda.

Jason_K

     16 March 2000, 06:50 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Sam Heald  Account Info
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Happy Birthday btw

     16 March 2000, 17:01 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Andrew Magness  Account Info
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Wow, only 8 days late.... :)

     16 March 2000, 18:45 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Sam Heald  Account Info
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Wow, I only visit TCPA when there's news about it. Fine, I retract my statement :)

     16 March 2000, 21:07 GMT

Re: Job Openings at TCPA
82-freak

Hi. I was wondering if anyone could send me Rom v1.00 for the 89. I e-mailed TI several times but they haven't sent it to me. My e-mail address is bwetzel@acsworld.net

     16 March 2000, 03:10 GMT

Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Amalfi Marini  Account Info

you can download it in a TIweb page that is linked to TI-FR.org( In "links"and you will need to start to search , because I don't remember which page ) .
There, I downloaded it for virtual TI . 500/600kb long , not a problem if you have a good modem .

     16 March 2000, 05:29 GMT

Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Amalfi Marini  Account Info

wait a minute
are you thinking in downgrade your calc from 2.03 to 1.00 ? Don't ! maybe it's less dangerous to learn assembly and port some games !
OK , you're right , who dares wins anyway....-

     16 March 2000, 05:31 GMT


<http://alh.dhs.org/ti89/>
Cpt.Ginyu

You can get all the rom versions here. Ginyu out!

     19 March 2000, 04:28 GMT

Re: Job Openings at TCPA
TI-CalcDude Account Info

Hmmm... I have been trying to find a source for learning either Z80 or M68000 assembly language (book, site, etc.), but haven't been able to find one. People discussing this posting should know assembly, so if anyone can recommend a site or book or anything please reply to this posting!

     16 March 2000, 04:40 GMT

Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
YodaToad  Account Info
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You can find sources in the Assembly directories on ticalc in the archives, or you can find tutorials in the programming section on ticalc.
-Erik Davidson

     16 March 2000, 05:33 GMT

Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Amalfi Marini  Account Info

do you mean that you didn't read the tutorials? because there are millions of these in many sites !
Many people here are programers , I'm a TIbasic programer of 2 stars not 5 , so , I don't think we should know assembly

     16 March 2000, 05:37 GMT

Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
AGWLCS Account Info

I was thinking, it would be really nice if one of the assembly programmers could put a ton of remarks (comments) in their source code. Maybe one of the excellent assembly programmers at TCPA is reading this (*Dan Englander*). I have been programming basic on the calculators for a while and I program in C++ and Visual BASIC. I have been trying to learn assembly for quite some time, but every time I try to look through source code, for assembly programs (83+), I am just completely lost. I find that there are very few remarks (I believe it's the ";" if I'm not mistaken). So I was just wondering source code in the future could be written with a whole lot of internal documentation, so us basic programmers could better understand the assembly code. Thanks a lot.

     17 March 2000, 01:02 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
David Phillips  Account Info
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Read Jimmy Mardell's code. He is one of the best programmers to learn from. Excellent Z80 sources would be Sqrxz and ZTetris.

     17 March 2000, 07:07 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Jason Kovacs  Account Info
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Yeah, that would be nice wouldn't it. Maybe Dan will consider that sometime. cya...

Jason_K


btw, my source to FlagScan is fully documented and commented, not that it is of any meaning though... =P

     17 March 2000, 09:28 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Ciaran McCreesh  Account Info
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When I actually finish Xenophon I might release source for it, every line is fully commented.

     17 March 2000, 19:41 GMT


Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
Free_Bird Account Info
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http://guide.ticalc.org

     17 March 2000, 11:15 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Job Openings at TCPA
MicroLITH Account Info

That's a nice site. Now, all we need is one like it for the ti-89. I was just looking at the HP site, and in general we have a LONG way to go before we *seriously* compete with the HPs.

     17 March 2000, 14:56 GMT

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