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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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Void Productions was one of the premier programming groups for the z80 series of TI graphing calculators, and was responsible for creating many quality programs themselves, as well as porting many programs by others in the community.

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Omnimaga is the current epicenter of activity in the TI community, with a highly active forum and a programming group called The Coders of Tomorrow. Its members are involved with lots of projects, including Axe Parser and Ndless. It has also bridged the gap between the TI and Casio communities.

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Doors CS (Doors Calculator Shell) is a popular Flash Application for the TI-83+/84+ calculators, written by Christopher Mitchell (aka Kerm Martian). It functions as a shell on the calculator, providing a GUI for users to load programs, arrange programs into folders, and much more.

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