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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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TI-Files was one of the three major TI sites along with ticalc.org and Dimension-TI, and was involved in much of the TI community happenings and drama. The site not only had the largest program archives, but also had the most active community of users and introduced several new community features.

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Virtual-TI (VTI) was written by Rusty Wagner of ACZ for Microsoft Windows, and was the first viable emulator with support for all of the TI graphing calculators. It features a graphical debugger, a grayscale display, data transfer between computer and emulated calculator, black link, parallel link and much more.

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