To be honest, I never thought I’d be developing on the Spectrum again, surrounded by such a great community, yet here we are. And to help spread the my love of all things retro, I’ve started a couple of new channels.
I’ve got a new YouTube channel where I’ll be posting videos of my retro builds and repairs, gameplay and general musings.
The URL is http://youtube.com/breakintoprogram
I’ll still be documenting a lot of the stuff on my blog, but some of the more visual stuff will be posted there. Subscriptions are always welcome, but only if that is your cup of tea.
I’m attempting to archive and share as much of my knowledge for the retro-community, as it is no good stuck in my head, and am giving this back to the retro community for free, under a reasonably unrestrictive MIT License.
As part of this, I’ve moved the code libraries and demos from this website to a GitHub repository.
You can find my public repo here: https://github.com/breakintoprogram
Finally, the meme definition of a programmer is an organism that converts caffeine to code. I hope that folk appreciate my inane chatter, enthusiasm for retro computers, and find my code and hardware repair tips useful. I’ve opened a ko-fi account so that those folk can, as they see fit, fuel me up by buying me a coffee.
The coffee is, of course, optional, though any contributions will be gratefully accepted, and drunk.