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Welcome to my simple site about RISC OS, ARM Assembly, BBC BASIC V, and 3D-Printing.

This site is a place for my RISC OS related stuff as well as 3D Printing releated things.

On RISC OSThis will include tutorials I write, any software I wish to be available to other RISC OS users, and just generally my RISC OS related stuff.



On 3D-Printing: This will include 3D models I create with OpenSCAD, information of what I learn about 3D Pringing as I go, and other releated things.

I am a bit slow about updating, so bear with me, as time goes this site will become complete. I am also very slow about releasing my own stuff, I always worry about even the smallest possible functional bug, so it takes me a while to actually make a release.
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About the Site Layout:
This site is divided into sections, accessible by the link bar near the top of the page.

The sections:
  • Home: This page.
  • Reference: Where I will put various tutorials and references I write.
  • Blog: A simple blog. A place for me to say whatever it is I wish to say at the time.
  • Downloads: A place for the various utilities, tools, games, and other things available for Download from this site. Some by others, some by me.
  • Links: Links to other sites of interest.
Some of these sections may contain sub pages as needed. In that case there will be the navigation links in that section.
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About Myself and Computer Programming:
I began as a young child with my first Commodore 64 (or was it a VIC-20) in 1981 or 82, and quickly learned BASIC on that. After that I was lucky enough to have a number of different systems, including various Atari and Amiga systems.

Once I had learned enough to understand it (I was a young child), I began playing with 6502 assembly language, then 68000 assembly language on these systems.

In 1988 or 89 (not sure, memory not good on years) a friend of the family gave my first Acorn Archimedes A310, it did not take long before I was hooked on Athur OS, BBC BASIC V, and ARM Assembly Language.

Not long after that the same friend of the family got me a newer Acorn that had RISC OS 2 on it, the same OS with cooperative multitasking. I have been using primarily RISC OS ever since.

In the years since then I have used many different systems, though always come home to RISC OS no matter what else I may be using. I have Amiga's, Atari ST/TT systems, Macintosh systems, etc, though none of these get nearly as much use as my Raspberry Pi 3B running RISC OS, before that a few other Raspberry Pi's, and before them a RISC PC running RISC OS.
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This page created and maintained on RISC OS using !Zap.
Copyright 2016 David Cagle (AKA DavidS).
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