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Basic and Assembly Programmers Group (BAPG) was founded by Chris Dietz in October 1999 (see related ticalc.org news article).
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BAPG was started by Chris Dietz in October 1999. Joe Flint left the group in late 2000 and started his own programming group called TI World, taking with him fellow BAPG members Nick Haigler, Andy Poes, and Mario Luzeiro.
Three of the ex-members of BAPG were involved in the Detached Solutions programming contest in 2001. Andy Poes won runner-up with CarStudio, Nick Haigler also placed runner-up with Bust A Move, and Joe Flint placed 3rd with King Of Fighters.
BAPG was one of the sites that got hosting through ticalc.org.