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Video interview with Walter Day

Walter Day is the founder of TwinGalaxies and pioneered in scorekeeping and egaming and even worked together with the Guinness Book Of Records!

Posted by Nebulous on Feb 12, 2015 // Read more »


Video interview with Yash Terakura

Yash Terkaura has been the lead engineer at Commodore Japan and sheds a huge amount of light on the development behind the curtains of Commodore USA and Japan and their business and explains the problems and challenges in engineering the words first colour PET and most affordable powerful home computers!

Posted by Nebulous on Feb 12, 2015 // Read more »


Video interview with James Bach

James Marcus Bach is a famous software tester that pioneered in that field and invented several testing techniques. In this interview he talks about that, his daily life and adventures in software testing, the social component of testing and how much testing is similar to raising a kid, solving bigfoot mysteries, etc.!

Posted by Nebulous on Feb 12, 2015 // Read more »


Video interview with Stewart Cheifet

Stewart Cheifet is the person who invented and hosted the world's first and most famous computer TV show called the Computer Chronicles back in 1983-2002!

Posted by Nebulous on Feb 12, 2015 // Read more »


Video interview with Adam Dunkels

Adam Dunkels is the creator of ContikiOS, inventor of Micro IP and founder + CEO of Thingsquare.

Posted by Nebulous on Jun 29, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Alexey Pajitnov

Alexey Pajitnov is a known and famous game designer, his most known achievement is the release of the Russian mind puzzler "TETRIS".

Posted by Nebulous on Jun 29, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Chuck Peddle

Chuck Peddle is an electronic engineer and was a hardware engineer at Commodore. He did the PET computer and invented the famous 6502 micro chip, the first chip that was really cheap and powerful and found its way into the C64, and many more devices nowadays.

Posted by Nebulous on Jun 29, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Bil Herd

Bil Herd is a computer engineer and was a senior hardware engineer at Commodore. He did the Plus/4, the C16/116m C264, C364 and last but not least the C128 computer together with Dave Haynie and others.

Posted by Nebulous on Jun 29, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Petro Tyschtschenko

Petro Tyschtschenko has been been working for Commodore/AMIGA longer than any other Commodore employee (1982-2001). Worked at Commodore as Director Internatinal Logistics and Materials and lateron as CEO. Also was CEO of Amiga lateron and did the deals with ESCOM and Gateway2000 regarding the AMIGA assets.

Posted by Nebulous on Jun 29, 2014 // Read more »


Video interview with Jeri Ellsworth

Jeri Ellsworth is a self-taught computer chip designer. She is best known for creating a Commodore 64 emulator within a joystick, in 2004, called C64 Direct-to-TV. and the ATX-motherboard C64 clone called "Commodore One".

Posted by Nebulous on Jan 16, 2014 // Read more »