Micro nostalgia

I bought my first "computer" in 1979; an RCA Cosmac VIP. It had a CDP1802 processor running at a staggering 1.7MHz and came with a whopping 1 KBytes of RAM, a video port (that required an hour of hand coding to initialize), and a hex keypad.

Fast-forward 25 years — David Ruske has released an 1802 emulator for OS X.


That’s just Great.

Now I’m compelled to go back and relive the trauma of programming in 1802 machine language. The event that made me avoid coding for 15 years… yeah, great