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Patrick Davidson is a prominent assembly programmer, as well as one of the most visible and longest active members in the community's history. He has written numerous high-quality games for almost every TI graphing calculator, most notably the classic shoot-em-up Phoenix.

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SiCoDe Software was the most well-known and accomplished TI-Basic programming group. They not only released several quality TI-Basic programs and tutorials, but really helped to raise the level of TI-Basic programming and gave TI-Basic credibility in the larger TI community.

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As its name implies, TI-News (TI-Net) was a site dedicated to reporting the latest news from around the TI community at one central location. Although there had been previous attempts at a TI news site, TI-News was the first well maintained site with constant updates, and allowed people to submit news and post comments.

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Joltima was a classic role-playing game featuring several hours of gameplay, and was created by Justin Karneges in assembly for the TI-83 graphing calculator. Just like with Dying Eyes by Alex Highsmith, the game was eventually ported to all of the TI graphing calculators by other people from the community.

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