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Programming and Vintage Operating Systems
by kedwards on Wed 9th Jun 2010 02:02 UTC
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On the programming side I am writing a simple multiplication game for my niece in C++. I am also learning the Haiku API, and getting my feet wet again in Cocoa and Cocoa Touch development.

Two weeks ago I got an itch to start collecting old operating systems(I think it was right after the article about Winodws 3.0's birthday). It's coming along nicely, I just need Windows NT 3.51, and Macintosh System 5 to complete the Windows and classic Mac OS collections.

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