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Joe Wingbermuehle was a prominent assembly programmer for the TI-83 and TI-83+ graphing calculators. He released the first popular shell for the TI-83+, Ion, which was also designed to be compatible with the TI-83. He wrote several games and programs, as well as porting several games and programs by others.

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Icarus Productions was one of the premier assembly programming groups, featuring Jimmy Mardell, Matthew Shepcar, Andreas Ess, and Clement Vasseur as members. They released several quality programs for the TI-85 and TI-86, such as Sqrxz, Vertigo, and Rascall.

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Ticalc.org is the premier site in the TI community. It is not only the place where everybody goes to find and upload programs, but it is the very face of the community itself. It has been online since 1996, and is the only TI site from that time period that is still actively maintained.

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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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