2022-05-02

Turbo Wieszcz++ for Playdate is born!

Repo: Github.

2022-05-01

First steps in LUA

Another incarnation of Turbo Wieszcz ++ is born: TurboWieszcz in LUA @Github. This time in LUA! (My first attempt @ learning this language). This is actually the first step in preparation for Playdate version.

2021-12-05

ZX Spectrum still alive!

Sad news, Sir Clive Sinclair had passed away earlier this year. But the great ZX Spectrum he created is *still* alive! From time to time I come back to it. I'm currently working (as time allows) on some new demos that I hope to present at Speccy.pl party in 2022. Pictures below are from Pixel Heaven 2021.

2021-07-23

Another checkpoint

So busy, so busy... No matter nobody reads this... Well... another (micro/semi) milestone (was hard to get around this hardware). Just compiled my first Lazarus test app on Mac OSX :) I always wanted to try OSX, but had problem to get my hands on one. Turns out my company has it and no one ever told me, and I didn't ask. Here it is as an immortal proof:

2019-07-14

Something new in 8-bits

I want to mark this date. Just created, compiled and run my very first 6502 asm code on 8-bit Atari and Apple II (on emulators that is). Now I only need to repeat the same for Acorn Electron. And then... I'm going to rewrite my old Turbo Wieszcz++ for C-64 (from 1993) with new data and code and (re)release it for: C64, Atari, Acorn and Apple II at the same time :)

2018-09-01

New 'achievement unlocked'

Just compiled and run the very first ever code (not mine really, only sligthly modyfied) for 6502/6507 CPU on Atari 2600 console emulator. Pretty awesome oldschool...

2017-11-13

Fortran?

I wrote my first program in FORTRAN. And guess what it is my classic new language test: Turbo Wieszcz (too bad it is Polish only). Github: monstergdc/TurboWieszcz-Fortran

2017-10-24

GitHub page is set

And it's here: monstergdc. Two repositories so far: Turbo Wieszcz ++ in Python (!), and some of my old but cool Delphi components (more is to come).