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Joe Wingbermuehle was a prominent assembly programmer in the TI community, primarily for the TI-83 and TI-83+ graphing calculators.
His site was one of the TI sites that got hosting through Dimension-TI (calc.org).
(Screenshot of JezzBall)
Joe is well known as the author of Ion, a popular shell for the TI-83 & TI-83+ calculators. It was the first shell released with an SDK that promoted compatibility of programs between the TI-83 & TI-83+. Prior to Ion and the TI-83+, Joe was the author of SOS, another popular shell for the TI-83.
He also wrote numerous high-quality games and programs including Breakout, Diamonds, Box World, DStar, JezzBall, and so on. He also ported several of his games as well as other programmers' games to the TI-83 and TI-83+. His programs were also featured on ticalc.org several times.
- List of their programs and games
- Include a screenshot for some of their best games/programs
- List of their important milestones (date joined TI community, important programs, etc.)
He was one of the programmers that took advantage of Dimension TI's hosting package that they made available to the TI community.